quite some (something)

quite some (something)

Used to signify something very significant, exemplary, or impressive. That's quite some car you've got there—how fast does that baby get up to on the highways? Working on this cattle ranch is quite some change from sitting behind a desk for 8 hours a day. Thank you so much for having me over for dinner, this is quite some feast you've prepared!
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ˈquite a/some somebody/something

(informal) used to show that you think somebody/something is impressive, unusual, remarkable, etc: That’s quite some swimming pool you’ve got there. It’s huge!We found it quite a change when we moved abroad.
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