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- Very; much.
- The dog was quite little.
- She was quite good to me.
- Not very.
- The evening was quite dark and I saw a small frog jump across the road.
In American English, the adverb "quite" does not usually modify verbs. It almost always modifies adjectives. In British English, "quite" often modifies verbs.
- (very) very, completely, entirely, totally, utterly, absolutely, extremely, fully, wholly, unequivocally, strongly, positively
- (fairly) fairly, rather, pretty, moderately, relatively, reasonably, somewhat, to a certain extent, considerably, comparatively
- (very) slightly, barely, merely, hardly, faintly, vaguely, a little, somewhat, weakly, indistinctly, imperceptibly
- (fairly) extremely, barely