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- quota (n.)
- 1660s, from Medieval Latin quota, from Latin quota pars "how large a part," from quota, fem. singular of quotus "which, what number (in sequence);" see quote (v.). Earliest reference is to contributions of soldiers or supplies levied from a town or district; immigration sense is from 1921.
- 1. Be sure you get your daily quota of calcium.
- 2. They have the usual quota of human weaknesses, no doubt.
- 3. The quota of four tickets per person had been reduced to two.
- 4. to introduce a strict import quota on grain
- 5. A restricted import quota was set for meat products.
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