Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Quality"

The meaning of "Quality" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does You have many great qualities that lmost no one has anymore. mean?
A: I'll split the sentence up to describe the main points.

The first part you out,

"You have many great qualities..."

A quality in this way just means a part of what you do or are that can be used. So a 'great quality' is something that you have which is very good and useful.

The next part of the sentence,

"...that almost no one has anymore."

Saying 'no one has anymore' is a way of saying that it is rare so can be valuable.

So you have now know you have a skill that is very useful and also valuable because not many people have it. That is what your sentence means.

I hope this helps you! 👍🏼
Q: What does quality newspaper mean?
A: It's a reliable newspaper with only trustworthy information/sources
Q: What does "This is a quality garment which should give years of wear." mean?
A: this means that the clothing is well made. and because it was made well it can be worn for a long time
Q: What does Which qualities are hardwired? mean?
A: ¿Qué atributos son innatos?
Q: What does You have good qualities. mean?
A: It means there are good things about you. Usually, when a person says "you have good qualities," they are referring to good things about your personality. For example, it may be because you are kind, or patient, or a good listener.

Example sentences using "Quality"

Q: Please show me example sentences with quality time.
A: “You can’t call watching TV together ‘quality time.’”
“Why don’t you and your dad spend more quality time together?”
“I prefer quality time over material gifts.”
Q: Please show me example sentences with quality.
A: "The quality of your work is what will really help you if you are getting a grade for it." "Fantasy Quarters. Quality so good, it's like a dream." (The second one is not real. I made that up myself.)
Q: Please show me example sentences with quality of life.
A: Her quality of life is poor because she is unhealthy.
Q: Please show me example sentences with quality of life.
A: Company A pays less than Company B, but employees have better quality of life.
Q: Please show me example sentences with quality of life .
A: People in America and Britain believe that their quality of life should be the best in the world.

Synonyms of "Quality" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I prefer quality to quantity and I prefer quality over quantity ?
A: It means the number of something is not important but the condition and its aspects are important.
For example, when it comes to manufacturing quality is preferred over quantity to please customers.
Q: What is the difference between are higher quality and are of higher quality ?
A: you’re right it should be “are of higher quality” it’s probably just a typo
Q: What is the difference between high quality and high grade ?
Q: What is the difference between quality and caliber ?
A: Between quality and caliber, quality is definitely more commonly and widely used. We can use quality with many adjectives: low, medium, high, terrible, fantastic, impeccable, excellent, atrocious, sub-par, etc.

"This is a high quality textbook."
"The quality of this paper is absolutely terrible; the ink bleeds right through, and it tears easily."
"If you hire programmers of sub-par quality, you'll end up with a product that is barely functional and full of bugs."

As for caliber, I most frequently see it used with positive-sounding adjectives like "excellent" or "highest." The only negative-sounding adjective I often hear with caliber is "low," but because "low caliber" is also a common phrase when talking about guns, I think people tend to use "low quality" more often to avoid any chance of confusion (especially when describing the quality of guns!)

"The festival hired musicians of the highest caliber from all around the country."
"Her writing is of excellent caliber."
"I was impressed by the high caliber of their craftsmanship."

Hopefully that makes sense. Please let me know if anything is unclear!

Translations of "Quality"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 毎年作品のクオリティが上がってるね!The quality of the pumpkin carving has improved with the growth of your kids! Could you correct my mistakes?
A: Every year, the quality of the work increases.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? fleeting quality means that it’s not lasting for a long time right? or does it mean that it’s a bad quality?
A: Means quality doesn’t last long
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? quality time
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? quality time with the people i love the most
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? vital qualities like tensile strength, a measure of stiffness : means the same as " crucially important qualities like tensile strength and a measure of stiffness ?
A: どういたしまして:)

Other questions about "Quality"

Q: when it comes to quality, there is no comparing Does this sound natural?
A: @tjstkdn I think the phrase will sound more natural if you use 'comparison' instead of 'comparing'.
Q: When do you say "quality time", other than "good/great/precious time", in common?.

(Plz state some most-common expressions that are inured to mouth to natives.)
A: I think that is the only definition of "quality time".

"I'm going to spend some quality time with my grandchildren."
"After what he's been through, he deserves some quality time alone."

You can also say you are going to spend quality time with something inanimate, in an ironic sense.

"I'm going to spend some quality time with my couch and TV."
Q: Our quality management policy aims to make sure that the quality of engineering, production, construction and services regarding the clad (hardfacing) products we provide for plant construction projects including oil & gas, power, and cement plants meets the demands of clients and regulatory authorities in terms of technical and quality requirements, corresponding codes, standards, and regulations. Does this sound natural?
A: Use "ensure" instead of "make sure" for business writing. Clad is understood by persons knowledgeable of the industry. "In terms of" is an unnecessary and overused phrase. Instead, consider saying " client and regulatory authority demands regarding technical and ..." "that" is an overused word. Say "...ensure the quality..."
Q: The quality of the products is fully qualified. Does this sound natural?
A: but it sounds more natural if you say..the quality of te products has been fully qualified... i have to assume that the qualification process has already been done...
Q: 睡眠の質を高めるにはどうすればいいですか?
How should I heighten the quality of sleep? Does this sound natural?
A: Though I understand what you mean, it would make a little more sense to us if you say "improve" instead of "heighten"

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