English vocabulary and translations (See all)
quote unquote: apparently; between quotation marks
"Quote unquote" can denote irony or mock a term or phrase which was used previously.
- "As you can see, the company has provided the requisite amount of alcohol and sustenance for you to quote unquote "enjoy yourselves", and yet it still seems that you are not 100% thrilled with the festivities!"
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