Etymology

1. quota

noun. ['ˈkwoʊtə'] a prescribed number.

Etymology

  • quota (Latin)
  • quota pars (Latin)

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Rhymes with Quota

  • sarasota
  • minnesota
  • gugliotta
  • cammarota
  • pisciotta
  • pagnotta
  • mendota
  • mazzotta
  • margiotta
  • cincotta
  • yokota
  • velotta
  • toyota
  • sobotta
  • sobota
  • sirota
  • piechota
  • perrotta
  • parrotta
  • lasota
  • lamotta
  • lakota
  • kubota
  • janota
  • hirota
  • dakota
  • bilotta
  • slota
  • serota
  • proto

Sentences with quota


1. Adjective
One motivational approach is to incorporate data from customer satisfaction surveys into traditional quota targets.

2. Preposition or subordinating conjunction
The furniture sales representative usually has a preassigned sales quota she must meet each month.

3. Noun, singular or mass
Sometimes it can be hard to meet your fiber quota for the day.

Quotes about quota


1. Me quota ang pag-ibig. Sa bawat limang umiibig, isa lang ang magiging maligaya. Ang iba, iibig sa di sila iniibig. Iibig nang di natututo. O iibig sa wala. O di iibig kailanman.
- Ricky Lee, Para Kay B

2. ...Man has a tyrant, ignorance. I voted for the demise of that particular tyrant. That particular tyrant has engendered royalty, which is authority based on falsehood, whereas science is authority based on truth. Man should be governed by science alone.""And conscience,"added the bishop."It's the same thing. Conscience is the quota of innate science we each have inside us.
- Victor Hugo, Les Misérables

2. quota

noun. ['ˈkwoʊtə'] a proportional share assigned to each participant.

Synonyms

  • allocation

Etymology

  • quota (Latin)
  • quota pars (Latin)

3. quota

noun. ['ˈkwoʊtə'] a limitation on imports.

Synonyms

  • trade barrier

Antonyms

  • minority
  • Roman numeral

Etymology

  • quota (Latin)
  • quota pars (Latin)
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