- n. 质量，[统计] 品质；特性；才能
- adj. 高品质的；棒极了
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- quality:  The ultimate source of quality is Latin quālis ‘of what sort?’, a compound pronoun formed from quī ‘who’ and the adjectival suffix -ālis. From it were derived the noun quālitās, source of English quality, and quālificāre, from which English gets qualify .
- quality (n.)
- c. 1300, "temperament, character, disposition," from Old French qualite "quality, nature, characteristic" (12c., Modern French qualité), from Latin qualitatem (nominative qualitas) "a quality, property; nature, state, condition" (said [Tucker, etc.] to have been coined by Cicero to translate Greek poiotes), from qualis "what kind of a," from PIE pronominal base *kwo- (see who). Meaning "degree of goodness" is late 14c. Meaning "social rank, position" is c. 1400. Noun phrase quality time first recorded 1977. Quality of life is from 1943. Quality control first attested 1935.
- 1. Buying budget-priced furniture needn't mean compromising on quality or style.
- 2. Today's organic wine producer is typically a small, quality-conscious family concern.
- 3. Little of the existing housing is of good enough quality.
- 4. We have been successful because we are offering a quality service.
- 5. Even the quality papers agreed that it was a triumph.
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