Definitions for quite a bit

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  1. quite a bit(Adverb)

    A considerable amount

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  1. Gail Hansen:

    This really does move the ball quite a bit.

  2. William Clements:

    They really do fluctuate quite a bit with time.

  3. Youssef Zohny:

    There's quite a bit of panic in the energy sector right now.

  4. Don Keeney:

    It's certainly going to improve (crop) conditions quite a bit across the eastern Plains.

  5. Martin King:

    The differentials have come in quite a bit so they just have not been covering the railing costs.

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