Quite a few - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
quite a few
quite a few
A significant (but non-specific) amount; a lot. By itself, "a few" refers to a relatively small number. Please take some cake home with you—there's quite a few pieces left.
quite a few and quite a lot; quite a bit; quite a number
much or many. Do you need one? I have quite a few. I have quite a bit—enough to spare some. How many? Oh, quite a number.
quite a ˈfew (British English also a good ˈfew) a fairly large number: I’ve been there quite a few times. ♢ They’ve been here a good few years now.
References in periodicals archive
There are still quite a few
people in and around the team, my name would be in and around there somewhere and it just depends on where.
The boy who used to sit behind you in fourth-grade math is there, and he's shot up quite a few
inches and is looking mighty dishy.
There were quite a few
electrical problems, particularly with the metal roof, so ask the seller if any work's been done on the mechanism.
We also should point out that there are quite a few
teachers in the San Fernando Valley who owe us a big Turkey Day thanks for providing them with an art curriculum for a day.