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Oxford dictionary definition of the word quotation:
1a group of words taken from a text or speech and repeated by someone other than the original author or speaker:
a quotation from Mark Twain
a short musical passage or visual image taken from one piece of music or work of art and used in another:
a quotation from Bartók’s Fourth String Quartet
[mass noun] the action of quoting from a text, speech, piece of music, or work of art:
a great argument with much quotation of Darwin
2a formal statement setting out the estimated cost for a particular job or service:
ensure you receive a written quotation covering all aspects of the job
Stock Exchange a price offered by a market-maker for the sale or purchase of a stock or other security.
3 Stock Exchange a registration granted to a company enabling their shares to be officially listed and traded:
the company is being refused a quotation on the New York Stock Exchange
mid 16th century (denoting a marginal reference to a passage of text): from medieval Latin quotatio(n-), from the verb quotare (see quote)