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  • EN [ ˈkwɒləti]
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English definition


  • 1. an essential and distinguishing attribute of something or someone;

    • "the quality of mercy is not strained"--Shakespeare
  • 2. a degree or grade of excellence or worth;

    • "the quality of students has risen"
    • "an executive of low caliber"
  • 3. a characteristic property that defines the apparent individual nature of something;

    • "each town has a quality all its own"
    • "the radical character of our demands"
  • 4. (music) the distinctive property of a complex sound (a voice or noise or musical sound);

    • "the timbre of her soprano was rich and lovely"
    • "the muffled tones of the broken bell summoned them to meet"
  • 5. high social status;

    • "a man of quality"


  • 1. of superior grade;

    • "choice wines"
    • "prime beef"
    • "prize carnations"
    • "quality paper"
    • "select peaches"
  • 2. of high social status;

    • "people of quality"
    • "a quality family"

Example sentences

  • If the equipment is not up to the agreed specifications and quality, we will undertake to replace them.

  • Examination confirmed that the quality of the products was up to specification.

  • I prefer quality to quantity.

  • She possesses a soprano voice of unusually fine quality.

  • Poor quality goods won't sell easily.

  • The quality of this cloth is fine, but the colour is not quite right.

  • Sympathy is his best quality.

  • It's wrong to sacrifice quality to quantity.

  • Goods of that quality will never sell.

  • How to improve the quality of products was a difficult problem to him.

  • He possesses the quality of inspiring confidence.

  • There is a poetic quality to her playing.

  • stringent air quality regulations

  • Companies tend to favour the lawyer who has trained with a good quality City firm.

  • His voice was deep and mellow and his speech had a soothing and comforting quality.

  • In some works, flowers take on a powerful emblematic quality.

  • He is a firm believer in total quality management.

  • Food seems to have been available, even if the quality left much to be desired.

  • This wine highlights the quality and value for money of South African wines.

  • Details of the drinking water quality in your locality can be obtained from the public register.

  • It is only on the world market that we can prove the competitiveness and quality of our goods.

  • Top quality Thai rice fetched $340 a tonne.

  • The quality of Smallbone furniture is unsurpassed.

  • While Sade's voice isn't technically brilliant it has a quality which is unmistakable.

  • With poor quality tapes you could also risk dirtying the heads on your video recorder.

  • Wine and food of superlative quality are available everywhere at giveaway prices.

  • The best wines are entitled to a numbered seal of quality.


  • quality joe

    • These quality Joes just don't understand how it is on the street.

Synonym discrimination

  • quality, property, feature, characteristic, peculiarity, trait, attribute, character


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