Deutsch: Qualität

"Quality" refers to the degree of excellence or superiority of a product or service, as determined by its ability to meet customer requirements and expectations. Quality can be measured and evaluated through a variety of metrics, such as customer satisfaction, reliability, and performance.

Examples of measures of quality in an industrial context:

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