Meaning of QUANTIFY in English

QUANTIFY

verb

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ NOUN

attempt

From this view any attempt to quantify or verify the meanings is misleading.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

In the UK, the operation will not be performed until the risks are better understood and quantified.

It's difficult to quantify how long it will take to finish the project.

It is impossible to quantify what an active cultural life does for a city.

Just quantifying your financial goals will make you feel more in control of your future.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

But can the numbers and purchasing power of those following the Yuppy life-style be quantified?

Even so, Sir Matthew admitted that the wider implications of the weak housing market on the industry were hard to quantify .

Like study of the forest, it may take a generation to quantify the effect on fish stock.

Similarly, insects and land snail shells are identified, sorted and quantified in the same way as animal and plant remains.

The incidence of elder abuse is hard to quantify .

The research should help quantify the differences between older and younger drivers.

Their objective was to develop a model which quantified the permeability of rock as drilling proceeded.

This, the Riemann curvature tensor, quantifies space-time curvature.

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