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US English vs British English
My friend, Rachel, says, "In American English, quite means 'very'
or 'really', (as in, Your site is quite good! I really like it!).
In British English, however, it means 'not that much' or 'a little',
or even 'not good at all', (as in, Yes, the weather's quite alright
-- it's not flooding yet.)"
This is a repeat post. Thanks Rachel.
Wednesday, June 11, 2003