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Sentence count:111+4 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-11-21Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: measureSimilar words: quantityin quantityquantumidentifyquarantinequandaryratifyrectifyMeaning: ['kwɑntɪfaɪ /'kwɒ-]  v. 1. use as a quantifier 2. express as a number or measure or quantity. 
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1. It's difficult to quantify how many people will be affected by the change in the law.
2. It is difficult to quantify an exact figure as firms are reluctant to declare their losses.
3. The risks to health are impossible to quantify.
4. The incidence of elder abuse is hard to quantify.
5. These are more difficult to quantify.
6. It is not an easy matter to quantify the economic role of government.
7. It may, of course, be easier to quantify risk for natural hazards because of historical records and statistical estimation of recurrence intervals.
8. It is impossible to quantify the exact value of the black economy.
9. The research should help quantify the differences between older and younger drivers.
10. It's difficult to quantify how long it will take to finish the project.
11. The benefits are difficult to quantify but qualitatively they would mean faster and more predictable service for lexicographers.
12. From this view any attempt to quantify or verify the meanings is misleading.
13. It is impossible to quantify what an active cultural life does for a city.
14. The damage caused to the tourist industry is difficult to quantify.
15. The cost of the fire damage is impossible to quantify.
16. The cost of the flood damage is impossible to quantify.
17. Like study of the forest,( it may take a generation to quantify the effect on fish stock.
18. How much impact they will actually have is impossible to quantify.
19. In sheep, the extent to which cloning produces over-large fetuses is difficult to quantify.
20. Instead, the vendor should be encouraged to identify, describe and quantify the actual and contingent liabilities arising from these disputes.
21. A trial is first performed to show efficacy and, within limits, to quantify the effect.
22. They accept, that is to say, that the order of the court and the taxation consequent thereon will effectively quantify their contractual right.
23. In any event a vendor should always be required to quantify the potential tax charge.
24. Overwhelmingly they voted in favour, he said(, though he could not quantify the demand.
25. The demands on the human operator are difficult to quantify or even to describe because the process is essentially an interactive one.
26. More fundamentally, this preoccupation with numerical aspects may draw attention away from important issues that are more difficult to quantify.
27. The brewery employs people to visit its pubs anonymously to quantify the effects of these charters.
28. Even so, Sir Matthew admitted that the wider implications of the weak housing market on the industry were hard to quantify.
29. Because there are so many desirable objectives to achieve for the convalescent patient the outcome of rehabilitative measures is difficult to quantify.
30. In each case it may be possible to print out target costs against each subsection and therefore quantify any profit or loss.
More similar words: quantityin quantityquantumidentifyquarantinequandaryratifyrectifygratifyjustifymortifytestifyqualifytruantplaintiffscientificidentificationantiquefranticromanticpedanticatlanticmeantimeantidoteantipathysemanticsantiquityantisepticsubstantialanticipate
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