# Definition of "quantity" []

• A specified or indefinite number or amount. (noun)
• A considerable amount or number: sells drugs wholesale and in quantity. (noun)
• An exact amount or number. (noun)
• The measurable, countable, or comparable property or aspect of a thing. (noun)
• Mathematics Something that serves as the object of an operation. (noun)
• A specified or definite amount, weight, number, etc (noun)

• (as modifier) (noun)
• The aspect or property of anything that can be measured, weighed, counted, etc (noun)
• A large or considerable amount (noun)
• An entity having a magnitude that may be denoted by a numerical expression (noun)
• A specified magnitude or amount; the product of a number and a unit (noun)
• The characteristic of a proposition dependent on whether it is a universal or particular statement, considering all or only part of a class (noun)
• The relative duration of a syllable or the vowel in it (noun)

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Use "quantity" in a sentence
• "The sphere of quantity, therefore, is absolutely identical with the sphere of the finite; and the phrase _infinite quantity_, if strictly construed, is a contradiction in terms."
• "Mr. Ricardo's doctrine is, that A and B are to each other in value as the _quantity_ of labor is which produces A to the quantity which produces B; or, to express it in the very shortest formula by substituting the term _base_, as synonymous with the term _producing labor, All things are to each other in value as their bases are in quantity_."
• "'Dim MyProductInsert = New SqlCommand ( "INSERT into tbl_CartItem (Cart_Name, Product_ID, quantity) VALUES (@Cart_Name, @Product_ID, @quantity)", ProductConn)' MyProductInsert."
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