How to Pronounce quite?

Correct pronunciation for the word "quite" is [kwˈa͡ɪt], [kwˈa‍ɪt], [k_w_ˈaɪ_t].

"Quite" in context

Quite can be used as a modifier to indicate the degree of something, like being a lot, very, or moderately. It is similar to saying "to a certain degree or extent" without directly specifying what that degree or extent is. Quite often helps to soften the intensity of something in a sentence. For example, instead of saying "it was very cold outside", one could say "it was quite cold outside", expressing the same sentiment but with a lesser degree of intensity. Quite can also be used to express a sense of surprise, i.e. "quite impressive!".


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