Quality (noun)

  1. The degree of excellence of something.
  2. A distinctive attribute or characteristic possessed by someone or something.
  3. A property or feature that distinguishes a product or service from those of its competitors.
  4. The inherent characteristic or property of a material that affects its capability to perform its intended function.
  5. A level of value or goodness.

Origin:

Late middle english: from old french qualité, from latin qualitas, from qualis "of what kind".

Examples:

  1. The quality of the food was excellent and exceeded our expectations.
  2. Her kind nature is one of her many qualities.
  3. The quality of the smartphone's camera is what sets it apart from other devices in its price range.
  4. The quality of the steel used in the bridge is critical to its structural integrity.
  5. The wine's quality is judged by its aroma, taste, and appearance.
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