English version

quite/quite so

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishquite/quite soquite/quite soBritish English formal used to show that you agree with what someone is saying syn exactly ‘They really should have thought of this before.’ ‘Yes, quite.’ quite
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quite/quite soNo hotel service could be quite so crass.The people might be made to kneel, but the elements were not quite so easy to muzzle.Mental programming, of course, does not have to be quite so extreme.It's not quite so good the second time around, never mind the fourth or fifth.In fact, my recent diet hadn't been quite so reckless.It was all right walking in the mountains but not quite so safe-looking to drive.The voices of the neighborhood teenagers are not quite so shrill.At Carville, things were not quite so stark.
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