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01. The mayor was [quoted] in the newspaper as being against the proposal.
02. Boris always tries to impress the girls with [quotations] from Shakespeare's sonnets.
03. My high school teacher always tried to inspire and encourage us by writing interesting [quotations] from important figures throughout history on the blackboard.
04. Any [quotations] given in your essay must be properly identified with footnotes.
05. The President was [quoted] as saying that the peace talks were going very well.
06. I began my speech on human rights with a [quotation] from Martin Luther King, Jr.
07. The Opposition leader [quoted] statistics which show that the number of people living in poverty in this country has increased over the last year.
08. We're looking at two different [quotes] for painting our apartment.
09. Ralph Waldo Emerson once said that every man is a [quotation] from all his ancestors.
10. There is a Turkish proverb which observes that to [quote] lies is also lying.
11. I'll tell you what I think, but please don't [quote] me on this.
12. The company president was [quoted] as saying that they are considering merging with their closest competitor.
13. The [quote] we received from the mechanic who looked at our car was $500 for parts and labor.
14. Please [quote] the catalog number when placing your order.
15. It is essential that you [quote] the invoice number in your correspondence with the supplier.
16. He was always trying to impress the girls by [quoting] Shakespeare.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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  • quote — quote, cite, repeat are not close synonyms, though all mean to speak or write again something already said or written by another. Quote usually implies a use of another s words, commonly with faithful exactness or an attempt at it, for some… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • Quote — (kw[=o]t), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Quoted}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Quoting}.] [OF. quoter, F. coter to letter, number, to quote, LL. quotare to divide into chapters and verses, fr. L. quotus. See {Quota}.] [Formerly written also {cote}.] 1. To cite, as a… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • quote — QUOTE. adj. f. Il n a d usage que dans cette phrase, Quote part, Qui se dit de la part que chacun doit payer ou recevoir dans la repartition d une somme totale. Il doit payer tant pour sa quote part. il luy revient tant pour sa quote part.… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • Quote — bezeichnet einen Anteil einer Bestandsgröße, zum Beispiel Frauenquote, oder in selteneren Fällen das Verhältnis zweier Größen, zum Beispiel Wettquote. Sie wird meistens in Prozent angegeben. Im Gegensatz zur Rate, die sich immer auf eine… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • quote — quote; un·quote; mis·quote; …   English syllables

  • quote — ► VERB 1) repeat or copy out (a passage or remark by another). 2) repeat a passage or remark from. 3) (quote as) put forward or describe as being. 4) give someone (an estimated price). 5) (quote at/as) name (someone or something) at (specified… …   English terms dictionary

  • quote — [kwōt] vt. quoted, quoting [altered (infl. by L) < ME coten < ML quotare, to mark the number of, divide into chapters < L quotus, of what number < IE * kwoti , how many < interrogative base * kwo > WHO] 1. to reproduce or repeat …   English World dictionary

  • Quote — (kw[=o]t), n. A note upon an author. [Obs.] Cotgrave. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • quote — I verb adduce, adferre, circumstantiate, cite, cite a holding of a case, corroborate, detail, document, duplicate, establish, excerpt, extract, give word for word, go into detail, instance, make reference, paraphrase, point out, produce an… …   Law dictionary

  • Quote — (v. lat.), bei gemeinschaftlichem Gewinn od. Verlust od. bei Abgaben der Antheil, welcher auf den Einzelnen od. auf einen besteuerten Gegenstand kommt; daher Quotiren, diese Vertheilung bewirken; Quotation (Quotisation), die Antheilsberechnung;… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Quote — (lat., pars quota, »der wievielte Teil«), Bruchteil eines Ganzen, z. B. einer Erbschaft; bei Abrechnungen oder Abgaben der Anteil, der auf den Einzelnen kommt. Pro quota, verhältnismäßig. Quotieren, diese Verteilung bewirken …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

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