n. 质量; 特性; 素质; 优质
adj. 优质的; 棒极了; 内容严肃的（报纸）
The quality of something is how good or bad it is.
Everyone can greatly improve the quality of life...
Other services vary dramatically in quality.
Something of quality is of a high standard.
...a college of quality...
In our work, quality is paramount.
Someone's qualities are the good characteristics that they have which are part of their nature.
Sometimes you wonder where your kids get their good qualities...
He wanted to introduce mature people with leadership qualities...
You can describe a particular characteristic of a person or thing as a quality .
...a childlike quality.
...the pretentious quality of the poetry...
The quality papers or the quality press are the more serious newspapers which give detailed accounts of world events, as well as reports on business, culture, and society.
Even the quality papers agreed that it was a triumph.
1. an essential and distinguishing attribute of something or someone;
2. a degree or grade of excellence or worth;
3. a characteristic property that defines the apparent individual nature of something;
4. (music) the distinctive property of a complex sound (a voice or noise or musical sound);
5. high social status;
1. of superior grade;
2. of high social status;
quality, property, feature, characteristic, peculiarity, trait, attribute, character
If the equipment is not up to the agreed specifications and quality, we will undertake to replace them.
Examination confirmed that the quality of the products was up to specification.
I prefer quality to quantity.
She possesses a soprano voice of unusually fine quality.
Poor quality goods won't sell easily.