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Translation of "quantity" - English-Spanish dictionary

quantity

noun   /ˈkwɒn·tə·ti/ ( plural quantities)
B1 the amount or number of something cantidad A vast quantity of information is available on the internet.
(Definition of quantity from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

quantity

noun /ˈkwontəti/ ( plural quantities)
the size, weight, number etc of something, especially a large size etc cantidad What quantity of paper do you need? I buy these goods in quantity a small quantity of cement large quantities of tinned food.
quantitative analysis noun
(chemistry) the analysis of a substance in order to discover the amounts of each of the chemical constituents that are present análisis cuantitativo The sample was subjected to quantitative analysis.
quantity surveyor noun
(British) a person who is responsible for estimating the quantities of building materials needed for constructing something, and their probable cost. aparejador
an unknown quantity noun
a person or thing whose characteristics, abilities etc cannot be predicted incógnita I don’t know anything about the new boss – he’s an unknown quantity.
(Definition of quantity from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “quantity”
in Korean 양…
in Arabic كَمِّيّة…
in Malaysian kuantiti…
in French quantité…
in Russian количество…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指可測量或確定的)量,數量,分量…
in Italian quantità…
in Turkish nicelik, miktar, sayı…
in Polish ilość…
in Vietnamese số lượng…
in Portuguese quantidade…
in Thai ปริมาณ…
in German die Menge…
in Catalan quantitat…
in Japanese 量…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指可测量或确定的)量,数量,分量…
in Indonesian kuantitas, jumlah…
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