Translation of quantify in Spanish:


cuantificar, v.

Pronunciation /ˈkwɒntɪfʌɪ//ˈkwɑn(t)əˌfaɪ/

transitive verb

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    • Can we really quantify costs in such a rigorous way, for the world as a whole and for a century or more hence?
    • This activation can be quantified by measurement of plasma levels of soluble markers.
    • Unfortunately, they come up short in providing a tangible value proposition that quantifies what the product actually means to a business.
    • And while it is easy to quantify the cost so far, it is much harder to work out how big an impact it will have in future.
    • Vega, our fourth and final risk measure, quantifies risk exposure to implied volatility changes.
    • IMG said it wasn't possible to quantify the extent of the damage for this year but it said it expected to still to be profitable and generate cash.
    • At present we are still quantifying our position but under the terms of our fraud insurance policy are hereby advising you of a potential claim.
    • Surface exposure is often quantified using a measure of accessibility of a residue side chain to a solvent molecule.
    • Further study should not only continue to highlight but also quantify the cost to society of this.
    • This will enable us to determine whether our reuse/recycling business processes can be quantified in monetary terms.
    • These measures enabled researchers to quantify each individual act of violence in each film.
    • It is impossible to quantify the number of people involved.
    • Social capital is also appropriate because it can be measured and quantified.
    • On investigation, it turns out that those are the only two targets that are actually quantified and measurable.
    • Throughout the whole study, seed desiccation tolerance was quantified both in terms of water content and water activity.
    • The fitness component of phage growth rate was measured to quantify this phenomenon.
    • Some very smart people have worked on ways to get around these problems or at least to quantify them carefully.
    • The UN's project assumes that a price can be put on the environment and that life can be quantified and measured.
    • Fluorescence was quantified in terms of average pixel intensity.
    • In reality, this argument needs to be taken one step even further, so that some ‘real’ measure of function is quantified.