Adjective "quantifiable" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/kwɒntɪˈfʌɪəb(ə)l/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Able to be expressed or measured as a quantity.
  1. 'the benefits are not easily quantifiable'
  2. 'In addition to quantifiable data, the survey seeks qualitative data on faculty perceptions of their institution's administration.'
  3. 'So now you have a quantifiable business impact for lost productivity.'
  4. 'They provide a quantifiable measure of improvement or simplification.'
  5. 'You should see quantifiable, measurable benchmarks of success.'
  6. 'The answer lies in scrutinizing the information that is quantifiable.'

Definitions

1. to determine, indicate, or express the quantity of.

2. Logic. to make explicit the quantity of (a proposition).

3. to give quantity to (something regarded as having only quality).

More examples(as adjective)

"risks can be quantifiable in variations."

"risks can be quantifiable in lights."

"costs can be quantifiable in terms."

"benefits can be quantifiable in terms."

"datas can be quantifiable."

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Origin

(quantify)