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be quite something

To be particularly noteworthy, remarkable, interesting, special, or impressive. Wow, this new car of yours is quite something! A: "I hope we get a chance to meet the band after the concert." B: "Yeah, now that would be quite something!"
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That's quite something coming from a man who's played and coached in the Australian NRL.
Sir Michael said: "Discovering there were five other people who had the same sort of sense of humour as myself and we all appreciated each other's work, and that the work that we did, both on television and film, is still being replayed and still being appreciated, that's quite something, really, after 50 years.
That's quite something, as it amounted to some 170 million/tons in 2017, and 2018 is set to be another record year.
There were also some strong winds kicking about and you know that's quite something when it's one of the top stories on a local newspaper website.
That's quite something for a small nation - population of 320,000 - where football has only come to the fore as a national sport in recent years.
The 3.6R-S has the power and torque to make this test an easy conclusion, but the CVT and legendary Symmetrical AWD combined take the experience several notches higher and that's quite something for a car that is not going to render you bankrupt when acquiring it.
If someone like me can jump in and learn how to use a professional software like Arts & Letters that's quite something,” wrote author Donald Hester.
That's quite something when you consider there are only seven billion of us knocking around at the moment.
If you put that programme in front of them, there's much more of a chance of them saying, 'My, that's quite something, isn't it?"' Since retiring from the frontline of political reporting in 2002, John has enjoyed stints on TV shows such as Have I Got News For You and e One Show (which he describes as "a lot of fun").
If you put that programme in front of them, there's much more of a chance of them saying, 'My, that's quite something, isn't it?'" Since retiring from the frontline of political reporting in 2002, Sergeant has enjoyed stints on TV shows such as Have I Got News For You and The One Show (which he describes as "a lot of fun").
If you put that programme in front of them, there's much more of a chance of them saying, 'My, that's quite something, isn't it?'" " Since retiring from the frontline of political reporting in 2002, Sergeant has enjoyed stints on TV shows such as Have I Got News For You and The One Show (which he describes as "a lot of"And for the younger people, and this is I suppose one of the most exciting things about it, they're studying this at school.
Collymore himself must be one of the worst pundits in the business and that's quite something with the competition he's got.
So, don't you know that's quite something to be proud of." Cooper, the oldest known voter in the U.S., was mentioned by Barack Obama in his election night speech.
He rates it as a big achievement, and that's quite something from someone who's worked with Pirates Of The Carribbean star Johnny Depp in the past.