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## Associations of "Quantifiable" (30 Words)

ammeter | A meter that measures the flow of electrical current in amperes. |

amount | Be tantamount or equivalent to.The substance is harmless if taken in small amounts. |

calculate | Specifically design a product, event, or activity for a certain public.I was bright enough to calculate that she had been on vacation. |

calculation | Planning something carefully and intentionally.Finding ways of saving money involves complicated calculations. |

calibrate | Mark (the scale of a measuring instrument) so that it can be read in the desired units.The depth gauge is calibrated in centimetres. |

calorimeter | An apparatus for measuring the amount of heat involved in a chemical reaction or other process. |

compute | Reckon or calculate (a figure or amount.The idea just doesn t compute. |

count | The total determined by counting.He dropped by the ropes to take a count of six on one knee. |

estimate | Judge tentatively or form an estimate of quantities or time.I estimate this chicken to weigh three pounds. |

fathomable | Capable of being penetrated or comprehended. |

gage | A measuring instrument for measuring and indicating a quantity such as the thickness of wire or the amount of rain etc.A guide sent to them by the headman of this place gaged his life as a forfeit if he failed. |

gauge | Measure the dimensions of an object with a gauge.Gauge bricks. |

magnitude | A number assigned to the ratio of two quantities two quantities are of the same order of magnitude if one is less than 10 times as large as the other the number of magnitudes that the quantities differ is specified to within a power o.A problem of the first magnitude. |

measurable | Something that can be quantified, especially a sports player’s height and weight.Objectives should be measurable and achievable. |

measure | Express as a number or measure or quantity.Measures of two or three syllables are more frequent in English prose. |

meter | Stamp with a meter indicating the postage.Meter the mail. |

metric | Relating to or using the metric system.We should have gone metric years ago. |

micrometer | A metric unit of length equal to one millionth of a meter. |

numerical | Measured or expressed in numbers.Tests for rating numerical aptitude. |

plumb | The metal bob of a plumb line.She had plumbed the depths of depravity. |

quantify | Express as a number or measure or quantity.Can you quantify your results. |

quantity | The figure or symbol representing a quantity.He had a quantity of ammunition. |

sum | Be a summary of.The sum of two prime numbers. |

surveying | The work of examining and reporting on the general condition of a building, especially for a prospective buyer.A chartered surveyor has acquired a practical knowledge of surveying. |

tachometer | An instrument which measures the working speed of an engine (especially in a road vehicle), typically in revolutions per minute. |

total | Damage (something, typically a vehicle) beyond repair; wreck.A total cost of 4 000. |

touchstone | A piece of fine-grained dark schist or jasper formerly used for testing alloys of gold by observing the colour of the mark which they made on it.They tend to regard grammar as the touchstone of all language performance. |

voltmeter | An instrument for measuring electric potential in volts. |

weathercock | Weathervane with a vane in the form of a rooster.He sometimes has a problem with the boat weathercocking before she can gather way on a new tack. |

yardstick | A standard used for comparison.On what kind of yardstick is he basing his judgment. |