Quality

Adjective

  • Being of good worth, well made, fit for purpose.

    "A quality system ensures products meet customer requirements."

  • "That was a quality game by Jim Smith."

    "We only sell quality products."

Noun

  • (archaic) High social position. (See also the quality.)

    "Membership of this golf club is limited to those of quality and wealth."

  • (emergency medicine, countable) The third step in OPQRST where the responder investigates what the NOI/MOI feels like.

    "To identify quality try asking, "what does it feel like?"."

  • (countable) A property or an attribute that differentiates a thing or person.

    "One of the qualities of pure iron is that it does not rust easily."

  • (archaic) High social position. (See also the quality.)

    "A peasant is not allowed to fall in love with a lady of quality."

  • (thermodynamics) In a two-phase liquid–vapor mixture, the ratio of the mass of vapor present to the total mass of the mixture.
  • (uncountable) Level of excellence.

    "Quality of life is usually determined by health, education, and income."

  • (countable) A property or an attribute that differentiates a thing or person.

    "Security, stability, and efficiency are good qualities of an operating system."

  • (uncountable) The degree to which a man-made object or system is free from bugs and flaws, as opposed to scope of functions or quantity of items.
  • (uncountable) Level of excellence.

    "This school is well-known for having teachers of high quality."

  • (countable) A property or an attribute that differentiates a thing or person.

    "While being impulsive can be great for artists, it is not a desirable quality for engineers."

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