Definition of quota:
portion (part of speech: noun)
- allotment (part of speech: noun)
Every profession, art, or manual occupation contributed its quota, while, as far back as 1638, seal and stamp taxes were established on all judicial business and on all kinds of petitions and claims made to official corporations, and subsequently on all bills and accounts.- "Cuba, Old and New", Albert Gardner Robinson.
- "The Henchman", Mark Lee Luther.
- "An Essay Upon Projects", Daniel Defoe.