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WORDS LETTER Q
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 Q.

 

 

 quack

 

  to tackle or trip {e.g. Man, you don't know football, you just quack people for no reason; As Bolton always quack Arsenal}

 qualitative

 

  quality The thing is qualitative It is of good quality

 quams

 

  problems or headache {e.g Okay, you win! no quams}

 quanta

 

  trouble, problem {e.g. see me see quanta; I don enter quanta with my old man}

 quarrel

 

  to argue; I quarrelled him; I argued with him

 Queen's English

 

  Standard Nigerian English in contrast to Broken English.

 quelea {bird}

 

  black-faced dioch, a major agricultural pest in semi-arid Nigeria {Scientific name Quelea quelea}

 quench

 

  switch off {e.g Chioma, kerosene price dey high, I beg quench dat stove; put an end to something or someone}

 quench

 

  to stop, to turn off, to extinguish; The thing has quenched; It has stopped. Quench it! Drink gari to quench the hunger; Turn it off. colonial era story of someone buying an electric stove/oven {then a novelty} just before going on leave, and asking cook on his return how it was working: reply "Fine! Fire never quench!"

 query

 

  to question intensively {over a bureaucratic misdeed} The headmaster queried him seriously

 quick quick

 

  quickly

 quite

 

  qualifier in the sense of 'very' but used with negatives see 'not quite'

 quite an age!

 

  I haven't seen you for ages!



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