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Ammount vs. Amount

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Ammountnoun

misspelling of amount

Amountnoun

The total, aggregate or sum of material not applicable to discrete numbers or units or items in standard English.

‘The amount of atmospheric pollution threatens a health crisis.’;

Amountnoun

A quantity or volume.

‘Pour a small amount of water into the dish.’; ‘The dogs need different amounts of food.’;

Amountnoun

The number (the sum) of elements in a set.

Amountverb

To total or evaluate.

‘It amounts to three dollars and change.’;

Amountverb

To be the same as or equivalent to.

‘He was a pretty good student, but never amounted to much professionally.’; ‘His response amounted to gross insubordination’;

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Amountverb

To go up; to ascend.

Amountverb

To go up; to ascend.

‘So up he rose, and thence amounted straight.’;

Amountverb

To rise or reach by an accumulation of particular sums or quantities; to come (to) in the aggregate or whole; - with to or unto.

Amountverb

To rise, reach, or extend in effect, substance, or influence; to be equivalent; to come practically (to); as, the testimony amounts to very little.

Amountverb

To signify; to amount to.

Amountnoun

The sum total of two or more sums or quantities; the aggregate; the whole quantity; a totality; as, the amount of 7 and 9 is 16; the amount of a bill; the amount of this year's revenue.

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Amountnoun

The effect, substance, value, significance, or result; the sum; as, the amount of the testimony is this.

‘The whole amount of that enormous fame.’;

Amountnoun

how much of something is available;

‘an adequate amount of food for four people’;

Amountnoun

a quantity of money;

‘he borrowed a large sum’; ‘the amount he had in cash was insufficient’;

Amountnoun

how much there is of something that you can quantify

Amountnoun

a quantity obtained by addition

Amountverb

be tantamount or equivalent to;

‘Her action amounted to a rebellion’;

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Amountverb

add up in number or quantity;

‘The bills amounted to $2,000’; ‘The bill came to $2,000’;

Amountverb

develop into;

‘This idea will never amount to anything’; ‘nothing came of his grandiose plans’;

Amountnoun

a quantity of something, especially the total of a thing or things in number, size, value, or extent

‘the substance is harmless if taken in small amounts’; ‘sport gives an enormous amount of pleasure to many people’;

Amountnoun

a sum of money

‘they have spent a colossal amount rebuilding the stadium’;

Amountverb

come to be (the total) when added together

‘losses amounted to over 10 million pounds’;

Amountverb

be regarded or classified as; be the equivalent of

‘their actions amounted to a conspiracy’; ‘what this guy was doing clearly did amount to persecution’;

Amountverb

develop into; become

‘you'll never amount to anything’;

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