quantitative

quantitative
['kwɒntɪtətɪv, -ˌteɪtɪv]
adjective
1》 relating to or measured by quantity. Often contrasted with qualitative.
2》 denoting or relating to verse whose metre is based on the length of syllables, as in Latin, as opposed to the stress, as in English.
Derivatives
quantitatively adverb
Origin
C16 (in the sense 'having spatial extent'): from med. L. quantitativus, from L. quantitas (see quantity).

English new terms dictionary. 2014.

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