We found massive tar balls–both in quantity and size, in small gulley.
quantity: Since we have established timing, quantity per meal really depends on the quantity of carbs eaten per day.
In terms of quantity and severity, there are signs we are on the cusp of the most violent Super Bowl yet.
“Some of what we see is small in quantity but huge in quality,” he says.
Facing heavy casualties and defections, the government seems to have shifted its focus away from quantity to quality of fighters.
It was not till the Thursday that the dead came to the surface in any quantity.
(b) What food substance do they supply in quantity to the diet?
We eat more in quantity than others, but a large proportion is fruit, which furnishes all our liquid food except fresh water.
They are very sour and do not contain sugar in any quantity.
The quantity of money would be absolutely irrelevant as affecting its value.
early 14c., from Old French quantite, cantite (12c., Modern French quantité) and directly from Latin quantitatem (nominative quantitas) "relative greatness or extent," coined as a loan-translation of Greek posotes (from posos "how great? how much?") from Latin quantus "of what size? how much? how great? what amount?," correlative pronomial adjective, related to qui "who" (see who).
Latin quantitatem also is the source of Italian quantita, Spanish cantidad, Danish and Swedish kvantitet, German quantitat.