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Meaning of “volume” - Learner’s Dictionary

volume

noun     /ˈvɒljuːm/
SOUND [U]
B1 the level of sound produced by a television, radio, etc: to turn the volume up/downRecording sounds and imagesCommunications technology - general words
AMOUNT [U]
B2 the number or amount of something, especially when it is large: the volume of work involvedMeasurements of volumeGeneral words for size and amountInformal measurements of volumeGeneral words for size and amountArea, mass, weight and volume in general
SPACE [U]
the amount of space inside an object: Which of the bottles has the larger volume?Measurements of volumeGeneral words for size and amountInformal measurements of volumeGeneral words for size and amountArea, mass, weight and volume in general
BOOK [C]
a book, especially one of a set: a new dictionary in two volumesKinds of books
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