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It is worth ringing a few chemists to get a quote. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The prices of the quoted housebuilders plummeted, offering a significant buying opportunity. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You were asked to get two quotes to get the door replaced, which you duly did. The Sun (2016)Half of those quoted a price for switching gas and electricity on the site saved 366 or more. The Sun (2016)The figures quoted are alarming. The Sun (2016)The longer-term plans are for the next three to five years and the couple have yet to find quotes for the work. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Yet it did find it rather amusing to spot the following quote from him in OK! Times, Sunday Times (2016)One member was quoted saying :'It has got really nasty. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The newly quoted stocks are all in positive territory, increasing by an average of almost 33 per cent since listing. Times, Sunday Times (2016)That toothless quote has inflicted great damage on the deeply unpopular president. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He quotes false economic figures and refuses to correct them. Times, Sunday Times (2014) Get a quote with and without insurance and get it in writing. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The price quoted is for a studio. Times, Sunday Times (2014)In one day you can have three different agents quoting three different prices for the same player. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It quotes passages from her work that have come out of her own experiences. Times, Sunday Times (2007) Members must quote their card numbers when booking. Times, Sunday Times (2010)We could then feed that back into the business so we can better quote for jobs. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Their assessment at the end of their book is worth quoting. The Times Literary Supplement (2013)New applicants also have to show they have quotes for the measures they plan to install. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Ask for a few quotes and follow up personal recommendations. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The amount paid out is often not as generous the figure you were first quoted. The Sun (2016)It had been a quoted company in its own right. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Average call will be one minute for one stock quote. The Sun (2015) Figure quoted according to whether day or boarding pupils are in the majority. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Winners must provide quotes for work and proof they have the right to make the improvements before receiving prize. The Sun (2008)The collection already includes quotes and lyrics from her dad JAY-Z. The Sun (2012)To be fair, that is a great quote. The Sun (2014)Mount quotes many striking facts. The Times Literary Supplement (2012)He learnt these long quotes that I already knew. Times, Sunday Times (2010)

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Translations for 'quote'

British English: quote /kwəʊt/ NOUN
A quote from a book, poem, or play is a sentence or phrase from it.
  • American English: quote
  • Arabic: اِقْتِبَاس
  • Brazilian Portuguese: citação
  • Chinese: 引文
  • Croatian: citat
  • Czech: citát
  • Danish: citat
  • Dutch: citaat
  • European Spanish: cita texto
  • Finnish: lainaus
  • French: citation
  • German: Zitat
  • Greek: απόσπασμα
  • Italian: citazione
  • Japanese: 引用文
  • Korean: 인용어구
  • Norwegian: sitat
  • Polish: cytat
  • European Portuguese: cotação
  • Romanian: citat
  • Russian: цитата
  • Spanish: cita mención
  • Swedish: citat
  • Thai: ข้อความอ้างอิง
  • Turkish: alıntı
  • Ukrainian: цитата
  • Vietnamese: đoạn trích dẫn
British English: quote /kwəʊt/ VERB
If you quote something, you repeat what someone has written or said. If you quote someone as saying something, you repeat what they have written or said.
She quoted a line from the book.
The reporter quoted from the letter.
  • American English: quote
  • Arabic: يَقْتَبِسُ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: citar
  • Chinese: 引用
  • Croatian: citirati
  • Czech: citovat
  • Danish: citere
  • Dutch: citeren
  • European Spanish: citar
  • Finnish: siteerata
  • French: citer
  • German: zitieren
  • Greek: παραθέτω
  • Italian: citare
  • Japanese: 引用する
  • Korean: 인용하다
  • Norwegian: sitere
  • Polish: zacytować
  • European Portuguese: citar
  • Romanian: a cita
  • Russian: цитировать
  • Spanish: citar
  • Swedish: citera
  • Thai: อ้างอิง
  • Turkish: alıntı yapmak
  • Ukrainian: цитувати
  • Vietnamese: trích dẫn

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