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quite a bitA considerable amount.Rate it:

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not quiteAlmost, very nearly.Rate it:

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Beat Around the BushTo avoid getting to some point or answering any question that is relevant, the approach of some people, which is quite far from the real objective or center of focus.Rate it:

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three sheets to the windthe state of being quite inebriatedRate it:

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Bolt from the BlueSome situation or condition, which is quite shocking, unexpected or happens all of a suddenRate it:

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Button Your LipTo be quite, to keep silenceRate it:

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happens once in a blue moonAn astronomical event which occurs quite infrequently and observable from the earth.Rate it:

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il ne sait rien de rien1. He knows absolutely nothing. 2. He is quite in the dark.Rate it:

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well to doquite wealthyRate it:

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petite pluie abat grand ventA little rain lays much dust; Often quite a trifle calms a torrent of wrath.Rate it:

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ab omni cultu et humanitate longe abesse (B. G. 1. 1. 3)to be quite uncivilised.Rate it:

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animo adesse (Sull. 11. 33)to be quite unconcerned.Rate it:

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apparet et exstatit is quite manifest.Rate it:

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apud eum sic fui tamquam domi meae (Fam. 13. 69)I felt quite at home in his house.Rate it:

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beg for mercyThis can be taken quite literally and simply means to plead for kindness - either to be spared or at least killed as quickly and painlessly as possible. Particularly when you are in a helpless position.Rate it:

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borrowed timeA period of time whose precise duration is not known but which can be expected to be quite limited, and at the end of which one's situation, benefits, or opportunities will be entirely terminated.Rate it:

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brickbatFor example, it's quite common for magazines to have a section called Bouquets and Brickbats for compliments and criticisms.Rate it:

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c'est une autre paire de manchesThat is quite another thing; That is a horse of another colour, another pair of shoes.Rate it:

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c'est vieux jeuThat is quite old-fashioned.Rate it:

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cela fait fureur maintenantThat is quite the rage now; That is all the go now.Rate it:

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cela laisse à désirerThere is room for improvement; It is not quite the thing.Rate it:

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cheap at half the priceQuite expensive.Rate it:

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close, but no cigarThat's almost correct, but not quite.Rate it:

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en mathématiques il est sur son terrainHe is quite in his element at mathematics.Rate it:

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et recte (iure) quidemquite rightly.Rate it:

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et recte (iure, merito)quite rightly.Rate it:

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exstat atque eminetit is quite manifest.Rate it:

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hoc longe aliter, secus estthis is quite another matter.Rate it:

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hunky doryquite satisfactoryRate it:

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if you stop ritik you will be stopedin Sanskrit language Ritik means the flow of calm and quite water stream. If you disturb it it will lead to destruction of whole community.Rate it:

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il a le diable au corpsHe is never still, quite unmanageable, very energetic.Rate it:

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il dort sur les deux oreilles(lit.) He sleeps soundly; (fig.) His mind is quite easy.Rate it:

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il m'a posé cette question à brûle-pourpointHe asked me that question quite unexpectedly.Rate it:

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il n'y a rien à redire à celaThere is no fault to be found with that; That is quite all right.Rate it:

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il s'agit bien de cela (ironic.)That is quite a secondary consideration.Rate it:

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je me fais fort de le faireI feel quite confident of doing it.Rate it:

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je ne m'y reconnais plusI don’t know where I am, what I am about; I am quite at sea.Rate it:

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je suis très bien iciI am quite comfortable here.Rate it:

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la pièce n'est que quelconqueThe piece (i.e. the play) is quite an ordinary one.Rate it:

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mihi exploratum est, exploratum (certum) habeoI am quite certain on the point.Rate it:

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omnem humanitatem exuisse, abiecisse (Lig. 5. 14)to be quite insensible to all feelings of humanity.Rate it:

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omnem humanitatis sensum amisisseto be quite insensible of all feelings to humanity.Rate it:

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omnis cultus et humanitatis expertem esseto be quite uncivilised.Rate it:

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on the tip of one's tongueKnown but not quite remembered.Rate it:

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On the Tip of Your TongueAlmost remembered, almost but not quite brought to mind, unable to remember preciselyRate it:

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out of placeAmongst all those horsey people I felt quite out of place.Rate it:

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recte, iure id quidemquite rightly.Rate it:

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Same Old Song and DanceTypical absurd lie or excuse used quite often, lame, and silly things that have been stated beforeRate it:

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se totum in litteras or se litteris abdereto be quite engrossed in literary studies.Rate it:

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sentir le fagot1. To be tainted with heresy (obsolete). 2. Not to be quite honest.Rate it:

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