V2 Vocabulary Building Dictionary



Definition: 1. relating to, concerning, or based on the amount or number of something; 2. capable of being measured or expressed in numerical terms

Synonyms: measurable, numerical, expressible as a quantity

Antonyms: qualitative

Tips: Something that is quantitative is objective and can be measured through numbers. On the other hand, something that is qualitative is subjective and based on less quantifiable (measurable) analysis.

Usage Examples:

The report had a lot of numbers, charts, and other quantitative data. (measurable)

We need quantitative research based on objective questions and measurable data. (measurable)

I believe in free markets, and I believe countries should be able to export and import products without any quantitative limitations. (numerical)

I need to see objective research and detailed, quantitative analysis of this issue before I can make a determination. (measurable, numerical)

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