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Pronunciation of Quiets: Learn how to pronounce Quiets in English correctly

Learn how to say Quiets correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word quiet:

adjective (quieter, quietest)
1making little or no noise:
the car has a quiet, economical engine
I was as quiet as I could be, but he knew I was there
(of a place, period of time, or situation) without much activity, disturbance, or excitement:
the street below was quiet, little traffic braving the snow
without being disturbed or interrupted:
all he wanted was a quiet drink
2carried out discreetly, secretly, or with moderation:
we wanted a quiet wedding
I’ll have a quiet word with him
(of a person) mild and reserved by nature:
his quiet, middle-aged parents
expressed in a restrained or understated way:
Molly spoke with quiet confidence
(of a colour or garment) unobtrusive; not bright or showy.
noun
[mass noun]
absence of noise or bustle; silence; calm:
the ringing of the telephone shattered the early morning quiet
freedom from disturbance or interruption by others:
he understood her wish for peace and quiet
a peaceful or settled state of affairs in social or political life:
after several months of comparative quiet, the scandal re-erupted in August
verb
chiefly North American
make or become silent, calm, or still:
[with object]:
there are ways of quieting kids down
[no object]:
the journalists quieted down as Judy stepped on to the dais
Phrases

do anything for a quiet life

see life.
keep quiet (or keep someone quiet)

refrain or prevent someone from speaking or from disclosing something secret.
keep something quiet (or keep quiet about something)

refrain from disclosing information about something; keep something secret.
on the quiet

informal without anyone knowing or noticing; secretly or unobtrusively:
the deal was done on the quiet six months ago
(as) quiet as the grave

see grave1.
(as) quiet as a mouse (or lamb)

(of a person or animal) extremely quiet or docile.
Derivatives

quietness

noun
Origin:

Middle English (originally as a noun denoting peace as opposed to war): via Old French, based on Latin quies, quiet- ‘repose, quiet’