动词过去式:quantified 过去分词:quantified 现在分词:quantifying 第三人称单数:quantifies 名词:quantification 形容词:quantifiable
v (pt, pp -fied) [Tn] express or measure the quantity of (sth) 表示或测量（某事物）的数量
*The cost of the flood damage is impossible to quantify. 这次水灾的损失是无可估量的.
v past tense and past participlequantifiedpresent participlequantifyingthird person singularquantifies [T]
[Date: 1500-1600; Language: Medieval Latin;Origin: quantificare, from Latin quantus; QUANTITY]
to calculate the value of something and express it as a number or an amount
an attempt to quantify the region's social and economic decline
difficult/impossible to quantify
The damage caused to the tourist industry is difficult to quantify.
The cost of unemployment to the government is quite easily quantifiable.