Definition of quantitive in English:

quantitive

Syllabification: quan·ti·tive
Pronunciation: /ˈkwän(t)ədiv
 
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adjective

Another term for quantitative.
More example sentences
  • And they are absolutely scathing of the quantitive approach, pointing out that economics cannot make quantitive predictions, only qualitative ones.
  • Such associations may represent different mechanisms for the maintenance of quantitive genetic variation than associations between large insertions and variation in bristle number.
  • Energy systems are all coupled, and they're coupled to things that normally we only relate in conversation but don't relate in a quantitive or actionable way on the policy level.

Derivatives

quantitively

adverb
More example sentences
  • He claims that the Director of Environmental Protection's approval was unlawful because the director failed to assess " quantitively " the possibility of the entire contents of a tank spilling.
  • Probing atomic motion in proteins is difficult, however, both theoretically as well as experimentally, and we know very little quantitively about this problem.
  • For monitoring mosquito population, this type of sampling method is considered superior quantitively as well as qualitatively.

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