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Quit

Spanish
English
quit
V

quit
ADJ

quit
ADJ




to quit
V

to quit
V

dejar de
V
to quit
V





to quit
V


dejar de fumar
to quit smoking



quittance
N


quits


quitar
V
V

quitar
V
V

quitar
V

quitar
V
V

quitar
V
to doff
V

quitar
V

quitar
V
to give up
V

quitar
V
to make
V

quitar
V
to peel
V

quitar
V
V

quitar
V

quitar
V
V

quitar
V
to rob
V

quitar
V
to rub off
V

quitar
V

quitar
V
V

quitar
V

quitar
V

quitar
V

quitar
V
V

quitar
V

quitar algo
V
to do away with something
V

to drain off
V

quitar el sabor a
V
to pall
V

quitar el velo a
V
V


quitar importancia a
V

to clear the table
V


to take out the seeds
V

quitarle las semillas
to pull seeds from
V

to give up
V

quitarse
V
to reduce
V

quitarse
V
to remove
V

quitarse
V
to remove oneself
V

to take off
V

quitarse
V
to withdraw
V

quitarse de en medio
V
to get out of the way
V


quite
ADV

quite
ADV

quite
ADV

en paz
ADV
quits
ADV

ADV
quite often
ADV

quite
ADV

ADV
quite
ADV

quite
ADV

quite often
ADV

quite
ADV

quite young
ADJ

quite young
ADJ


quitter
N



quitamanchas
NM



quitanieves
NM

bootlicker
N
Informal


quitapesares
NM


quitapiedras
NM

paint remover
N



quitasol
NM

quite
NM

quite
NM

quite
NM

quite
NM

quite
NM

quite
NM


quitter
N

quitter
N

bastante bien
quite well

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English Definitions

quit
V
put an end to a state or an activity
quit
V
give up or retire from a position
quit
V
go away or leave
quit
V
turn away from; give up
quit
V
give up in the face of defeat of lacking hope; admit defeat
N
document transferring title or right or claim to another
quitclaim
N
act of transferring a title or right or claim to another
quitclaim deed
N
document transferring title or right or claim to another
quite
to a degree (not used with a negative)
quite
to the greatest extent; completely
quite
of an unusually noticeable or exceptional or remarkable kind (not used with a negative)
quite
actually or truly or to an extreme
quite a
of an unusually noticeable or exceptional or remarkable kind (not used with a negative)
quite a little
N
(often followed by `of') a large number or amount or extent
quite an
of an unusually noticeable or exceptional or remarkable kind (not used with a negative)
N
the capital of Ecuador
quits
on equal terms by payment or requital
quittance
N
a document or receipt certifying release from an obligation or debt
quittance
N
payment of a debt or obligation
quitter
N
a person who gives up too easily
English Definitions from WordNet 3.0
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