Quantity = something that is measurable in number, amount, size, or weight.
- A large quantity of money is taken under control.
- A large quantity of mangoes were carried by the ship.
- A [small / large] quantity of weapons were seized.
- During the raid, large quantities of cocaine were seized at Beirut port.
- The quantity of data that a home computer is able to store in its memory has risen incredibly in the last couple of years.
- The quantity of goods ordered determines the price you pay per unit.
- After getting paid, the quantity of dollar bills in my wallet bfinally enough to buy Taco Bell.
- Large quantities of fruits – apples, pears, quinces, peaches, nectarines, apricots, grapes and melons – were exported by special trains to central Europe.
- An unexpectedly greatquantity of people trying to purchase tickets online has caused the orchestra's website to crash.
- Production quantities haven't been decided yet, he added.
- The quantities are staggering and we are scrambling to keep up.
- There is an unknown quantity to almost every other starter.
- The quantity and quality of data available range widely.
- A large quantity of small holes looks best, Pace said.
- Large quantity of books are interesting.
- The soldiers discovered a large quantity of weapons hidden under the floor of a disused building.
- You only need a very small quantity of cement to mix with the sand.
- Large quantities of illegal drugs had been discovered.
- Aid workers have delivered huge quantities of food to the refugee camps.
- The largest quantity of a particular product was sold by the company.
- The quantity of fuel enters the engine.
A [large] number of people were queuing up to vote outside the polling station.
A large number of people have been trapped in the metro.