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Another word for quantity

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Noun
  1. An indefinite amount or extent

      1. A large extent, amount, or number:
      2. Used adverbially to mean “to a great degree or extent” or “frequently”:
      3. A number of associated people or things:
      1. To give out in shares or portions; apportion:
      2. To distribute (playing cards) among players.
      3. To give (a specific card) to a player while so distributing.
    See also:

    big

  2. A measurable whole

      1. The smallest amount of a physical quantity that can exist independently, especially a discrete quantity of electromagnetic radiation.
      2. This amount of energy regarded as a unit.
      3. A quantity or amount.
      1. A large collection of writings of a specific kind or on a specific subject.
      2. A collection of writings or recorded remarks used for linguistic analysis.
      3. The capital or principal amount, as of an estate or trust.
      1. Size, mass, or volume, especially when very large.
      2. A distinct mass or portion of matter, especially a large one:
      3. The body of a human, especially when large or muscular.
      1. An itemized summary of estimated or intended expenditures for a given period along with proposals for financing them:
      2. A systematic plan for the expenditure of a usually fixed resource, such as money or time, during a given period:
      3. The total sum of money allocated for a particular purpose or period of time:
      1. The entire material or physical structure of an organism, especially of a human or animal.
      2. The physical aspect of a person as opposed to the spirit; the flesh.
      3. A corpse or carcass.
      1. The total of two or more quantities; the aggregate.
      2. A number; a sum.
      3. A principal plus its interest, as in a loan.
    See also:

    big

Another word for quantity

Noun
      1. (in the plural) A large number or quantity.
      2. plural form of scad
      1. A small mass or lump.
      2. A large quantity:
      1. A large amount or number; a lot:
      1. To strike with the beak or a pointed instrument.
      2. To make (a hole, for example) by striking repeatedly with the beak or a pointed instrument.
      3. To grasp and pick up with the beak:
      1. A cluttered, untidy, usually dirty place or condition:
      2. Something that is disorderly or dirty, as a accumulation or heap:
      3. A confused, troubling, or embarrassing condition or situation:
      1. A group of things placed or thrown, one on top of the other:
      2. A great deal; a lot:
      3. An old or run-down car.
      1. A group of things growing close together; a cluster or clump:
      2. A group of like items or individuals gathered or placed together:
      3. A group of people usually having a common interest or association:
      1. A large number of persons gathered together; a throng.
      2. The common people; the populace.
      3. A group of people united by a common characteristic, as age, interest, or vocation:
      1. A collection of items tied up or wrapped; a bundle.
      2. A container made to be carried on the body of a person or animal.
      3. The amount, as of food, that is processed and packaged at one time or in one season.
      1. One who receives or entertains guests in a social or official capacity.
      2. A person who manages an inn or hotel.
      3. One that furnishes facilities and resources for a function or event:
      1. The major unit of the Roman army consisting of 3,000 to 6,000 infantry troops and 100 to 200 cavalry troops.
      2. A large military unit trained for combat; an army.
      3. A large number; a multitude.
      1. A large body of people organized and trained for land warfare.
      2. The entire military land forces of a country.
      3. A tactical and administrative military unit consisting of a headquarters, two or more corps, and auxiliary forces.
      1. An indefinite and somewhat large number; more than a few; a fair number of.
      1. A large number of insects or other small organisms, especially when in motion.
      2. A group of bees, social wasps, or ants, when migrating with a queen to establish a new colony.
      3. An aggregation of persons or animals, especially when in turmoil or moving in mass:
      1. A usually numerical record of a competitive event:
      2. The total number of points made by each competitor or side in a contest, either final or at a given stage:
      3. The number of points attributed to a competitor or team.
      1. A group of animals that live, travel, or feed together.
      2. A group of people under the leadership of one person, especially the members of a church.
      3. A large crowd or number:
      1. The continuous body of salt water covering most of the earth's surface, especially this body regarded as a geophysical entity distinct from earth and sky.
      2. A tract of water within an ocean.
      3. A relatively large body of salt water completely or partially enclosed by land.
      1. A sudden flood, rush, or outpouring:
      2. A flash flood.
      3. A freshet resulting from a downpour of rain or melting of snow.
      1. An overflowing of water onto land that is normally dry.
      2. A flood tide.
      3. A large amount or number, especially when moving from one place to another:
      1. The entire body of salt water that covers more than 70 percent of the earth's surface.
      2. Any of the principal divisions of the ocean, including the Atlantic, Pacific, Indian, Arctic, and Southern Oceans.
      3. A great expanse or amount:
      1. A unit of weight equal to 2,000 pounds (0.907 metric ton or 907.18 kilograms).
      2. A unit of weight equal to 2,240 pounds (1.016 metric tons or 1,016.05 kilograms).
      3. A metric ton.
      1. To make available for use; provide:
      2. To provide something necessary or desired to; furnish or equip:
      3. To have as a necessary or desirable feature:
      1. A unit of volume or capacity in the US Customary System, used in dry measure and equal to 4 pecks, 2,150.42 cubic inches, or 35.24 liters.
      2. A unit of volume or capacity in the British Imperial System, used in dry and liquid measure and equal to 2,219.36 cubic inches or 36.37 liters.
      3. A container with the capacity of a bushel.
      1. The act of consigning.
      2. Something consigned.
      1. The act or an instance of shipping goods.
      2. A quantity of goods or cargo that are shipped together.
      1. A large cylindrical container, usually made of staves bound together with hoops, with a flat top and bottom of equal diameter.
      2. The quantity that a barrel with a given or standard capacity will hold.
      3. Any of various units of volume or capacity. In the US Customary System it varies, as a liquid measure, from 31 to 42 gallons (117 to 159 liters) as established by law or usage.
      1. A weight or mass that is supported:
      2. The overall force to which a structure is subjected in supporting a weight or mass or in resisting externally applied forces.
      3. Something that is carried, as by a vehicle, person, or animal:
      1. A natural elevation of the earth's surface having considerable mass, generally steep sides, and a height greater than that of a hill.
      2. A large heap:
      3. A huge quantity:
      1. The state of being profuse; abundance.
      2. Lavish or unrestrained expense; extravagance.
      3. A profuse outpouring or quantity:
      1. A section or quantity within a larger thing; a part of a whole.
      2. A part separated from a whole.
      3. A helping of food.
      1. Greatness of size; magnitude.
      2. Fullness; copiousness.
      3. Breadth or range, as of intelligence.
      1. A very great number.
      2. The masses; the populace:
      1. Greatness of rank or position:
      2. Greatness in size or extent:
      3. Greatness in significance or influence:
      1. A quantity of objects stacked or thrown together in a heap.
      2. A large accumulation or quantity:
      3. A large amount of money:
      1. To give out in shares or portions; apportion:
      2. To distribute (playing cards) among players.
      3. To give (a specific card) to a player while so distributing.
      1. An amount produced at one baking:
      2. A quantity required for or produced as the result of one operation:
      3. A group of persons or things:
      1. A large extent, amount, or number:
      2. Used adverbially to mean “to a great degree or extent” or “frequently”:
      3. A number of associated people or things:
      1. The ability to receive, hold, or absorb something:
      2. The maximum amount that can be contained:
      3. The power to learn or retain knowledge; mental ability.
      1. A collection of written or printed sheets bound together; a book.
      2. One of the books of a work printed and bound in more than one book.
      3. A series of issues of a periodical, usually covering one calendar year.
      1. A great or plentiful amount:
      2. The condition of being in rich supply:
      3. Degree of plentifulness:
      1. The range, magnitude, or distance over which a thing extends:
      2. The degree to which a thing extends:
      3. An extensive space or area:
      1. A reference standard or sample used for the quantitative comparison of properties:
      2. A unit specified by a scale, such as an inch, or by variable conditions, such as a day's march.
      3. A system of measurement, such as the metric system.
      1. A unified body of matter with no specific shape:
      2. A grouping of individual parts or elements that compose a unified body of unspecified size or quantity:
      3. A large but nonspecific amount or number:
      1. Size, mass, or volume, especially when very large.
      2. A distinct mass or portion of matter, especially a large one:
      3. The body of a human, especially when large or muscular.
      1. An amount obtained as a result of adding numbers.
      2. An arithmetic problem:
      3. The whole amount, quantity, or number; an aggregate:
      1. A member of the set of positive integers; one of a series of symbols of unique meaning in a fixed order that can be derived by counting.
      2. A member of any of the following sets of mathematical objects: integers, rational numbers, real numbers, and complex numbers. These sets can be derived from the positive integers through various algebraic and analytic constructions.
      3. Arithmetic.
      1. The total of two or more quantities; the aggregate.
      2. A number; a sum.
      3. A principal plus its interest, as in a loan.