verb (used with object), quan·ti·fied, quan·ti·fy·ing.
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Origin of quantify
OTHER WORDS FROM quantifyquan·ti·fi·a·ble [kwon-tuh-fahy-uh-bil], /ˌkwɒn təˈfaɪ ə bɪl/, adjectivequan·ti·fi·ca·tion [kwon-tuh-fuh-key-shuhn], /ˌkwɒn tə fəˈkeɪ ʃən/, nounun·quan·ti·fied, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for quantify
Now analytics tools enable a more sophisticated approach that quantifies risks in the context of broader and more integrated scenarios.
They ranked last in defensive runs saved, a statistic that — true to its name — tries to quantify how many runs a player or defense prevented.The Nationals’ defensive philosophy is changing. Just look at the shift.|Jesse Dougherty|November 11, 2020|Washington Post
The research, posted in May 2019, showed all this using new theoretical tools that quantify entanglement in a geometric way.
I quantify the value of that time-saving into “happiness dollars,” the income equivalent of the happiness you get from making a time-related choice.How to Stop Feeling Crushed for Time - Issue 92: Frontiers|Brian Gallagher|October 28, 2020|Nautilus
There are several methods for quantifying just how much capsaicin is present in a pepper—its "pungency"—but they are either too time-consuming, too costly, or require special instruments, making them less than ideal for widespread use.Better than the Scoville scale? Chili-shaped device can rate pepper hotness|Jennifer Ouellette|October 22, 2020|Ars Technica
But politics is a quantifying business, and so we return to this interesting little batch of questions in the NBC/Journal poll.Mitt Romney’s Tough Sell: Blaming a Worsening Economy on Obama|Michael Tomasky|April 22, 2012|DAILY BEAST
It may, indeed, be cited (as I have already remarked) in support of Hamiltons favourite precept of quantifying the predicate.Aristotle|George Grote