The amount or number of a material or immaterial thing not usually estimated by spatial measurement
the quantity and quality of the fruit can be controlled
note down the sizes, colors, and quantities that you require
The property of a proposition of being universal or particular
A certain, usually specified, amount or number of something
a small quantity of food
if taken in large quantities, the drug can result in liver failure
A considerable number or amount of something
she was able to drink quantities of beer without degenerating into giggles
many people like to buy in quantity
The perceived length of a vowel sound or syllable
A value or component that may be expressed in numbers
The figure or symbol representing this
measure: how much there is or how many there are of something that you can quantify
an adequate or large amount; "he had a quantity of ammunition"
the concept that something has a magnitude and can be represented in mathematical expressions by a constant or a variable
Quantity is a kind of property which exists as magnitude or multitude. It is among the basic classes of things along with quality, substance, change, and relation. Quantity was first introduced as quantum, an entity having quantity. ...
A fundamental, generic term used when referring to the measurement (count, amount) of a scalar, vector, number of items or to some other way of denominating the value of a collection or group of items; An indefinite amount of something; A specific measured amount; A considerable measure or ...
(Quantities) All printed orders are subject to a 5% over or under run. All quantities of loose items are approximate.
(Quantities) Whilst every endeavour will be made by the Company to deliver the exact quantity of Goods ordered, the Company reserves the right to deliver any quantity within 10% above or below the quantity ordered and to invoice the Customer for the quantity so delivered. ...
(5. Quantities) Buyer shall not be required to pay for goods delivered in excess of the quantities specified on this order.
(8 Quantities) Fill in the correct phrase under each drawing. a bunch of a crate of an ear of a bouquet of a bar of a cube of a string of a pack of a quiver of a punnet of a ball of a pad of ... string .. grapes
(8. Quantities) Due to various factors in printing, quantities can vary above or below the original quote. There is no charge when overrun is the case. ...
(Quantities) All printed orders are subject to a production of 5% overs or unders, these will be charged for accordingly. If an exact quantity is required for your order there will be a nominal charge, according to product and quantity, please contact our sales department for prices.
(Quantities) If it is indicated that any item is to be shipped from a producing mill, the producing mill may, on certain commodities reserve the privilege of shipping over or under the ordered quantity in accordance with established percentages, which will constitute full and complete shipment ...
(Quantities) Shipment must equal exact amounts ordered unless otherwise agreed to in writing by an authorized agent of Buyer.
(Quantities) Where the 'measure' is metre, quantities can be in increments of 10cm with a minimum length of 50cm.
Units of quantity shown are published in terms of the units specified in the HTSUSA and Schedule B for each classification. When two units of quantity are required for an item in the HTSUSA or Schedule B, both units are shown along with the value. Quantity is only used at the 10-digit HS level. ...
The number of books in a specific job is the quantity of that job. This number is accounted for at all stages in the binding process so pieces are not lost. Quantity may also refer to the number of pieces produced by an individual in a specific activity. ...
a counted number of non-monetary units (a type of numeric)
accounts for outputs (quantities) and outcomes (the quantification of qualitative variables like customer and worker satisfaction, etc.
The quantity of a homogeneous product may be expressed by the number of items, weight, length or volume. ...
a characteristic of a system that can be well described and possibly assigned values. Energy, linear momentum, and angular momentum are examples of quantities associated with all systems.
Goods shipped in excess of quantity designated in the order may be returned at Seller’s expense and risk of loss.
A property of classification Quantity holds a number that represents an accumulator or counting of some entity.
Used in triReduce Energy to denote the contract size.
property ascribed to phenomena, bodies, and/or substances that can be used to specify either the size, the amount, or the extent of a particular phenomenon, body, and/or substance.
A very large quantity of anything suggests you are in danger of being overwhelmed by your responsibilities.