(he's) quite (handsome): (il est) plutôt, assez (beau)
Note that "quite" can mean both "very" and "rather", depending on its context :
I am quite fond of her. Je l'aime beaucoup.
She is quite smart. Elle est assez intelligente.
There are quite a few customers complaining. Il y a pas mal de clients qui se plaignent.
Those figures don't seem quite right. Ces chiffres ne semblent pas tout à fait justes.
There are not quite as many guests as there were last time. Il n'y a pas tout à fait autant d'invités que la dernière fois.
(-What a beautiful day!) -Quite!: (-Quelle belle journée !) - Tout à fait !
UK: These strawberries are quite tasty.
US: Yes, they are quite tasty. And not quite as expensive as the last batch.
- "Edward : I quite like how realistic it is... It almost looks like a real window."
- "But again, it seemed like we weren't quite on the same wavelength."
- "Susie : Oh, that's quite interesting."
- "A fellow student said "Zack was careful not to throw the candy directly at people, but a caramel square did land quite near my foot"."
- "For the first time in a long while, I feel uninspired and quite frankly, I'm tired."
- "I believe he said that Delavigne was "quite content without our sales"."
- "I know you are quite a forgetful diary, so here's a recap of the current situation"
- "-Well, quite."
- "Brian : Um, well um… actually I do have quite a slight preference for…"
- "It's quite a lovely Jackson Pollock, isn't it?"
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