one of the marks used to indicate the beginning and end of a quotation, in English usually shown as “ at the beginning and ” at the end, or, for a quotation within a quotation, of single marks of this kind, as “He said, ‘I will go.’”
Frequently, especially in Great Britain, single marks are used instead of double, the latter being then used for a quotation within a quotation.
Also, quote mark.
is always a great word to know.
So is lollapalooza. Does it mean: