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Definition of unquote noun from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary

 

unquote

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NAmE//ˈʌnkwoʊt//
 
, NAmE//ʌnˈkwoʊt//
 
 
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quote (… unquote) (informal)
 
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used to show the beginning (and end) of a word, phrase, etc. that has been said or written by someone else It was quote, “the hardest decision of my life,” unquote, and one that he lived to regret.
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