- n.

- v.

- the relative magnitude of something with reference to a criterion; "an adequate amount of food for four people"
- be tantamount or equivalent to; "Her action amounted to a rebellion"
- reach or enter a state, relation, condition, use, or position; "The water came to a boil"; "We came to understand the true meaning of life"; "Their anger came to a boil"; "I came to realize the true meaning of life"; "The shoes came untied"; "come into co
- be found or available; "These shoes come in three colors; The furniture comes unassembled"
- come to pass; arrive, as in due course; "The first success came three days later"; "It came as a shock"; "Dawn comes early in June"
- happen as a result; "Nothing good will come of this"
- develop into; "This idea will never amount to anything"; "nothing came of his grandiose plans" (同)add up, amount
- be received; "News came in of the massacre in Rwanda" (同)come_in
- move toward, travel toward something or somebody or approach something or somebody; "He came singing down the road"; "Come with me to the Casbah"; "come down here!"; "come out of the closet!"; "come into the room" (同)come_up
- to be the product or result; "Melons come from a vine"; "Understanding comes from experience" (同)follow
- cover a certain distance; "She came a long way"
- exist or occur in a certain point in a series; "Next came the student from France"
- experience orgasm; "she could not come because she was too upset"
- extend or reach; "The water came up to my waist"; "The sleeves come to your knuckles"
- have a certain priority; "My family comes first"
- move forward or upward in order to touch; also in a metaphorical sense; "Government reaches out to the people" (同)reach_out
- the act of physically reaching or thrusting out (同)reaching, stretch
- to extend as far as; "The sunlight reached the wall"; "Can he reach?" "The chair must not touch the wall" (同)extend to, touch
- be in or establish communication with; "Our advertisements reach millions"; "He never contacted his children after he emigrated to Australia" (同)get_through, get hold of, contact
- reach a point in time, or a certain state or level; "The thermometer hit 100 degrees"; "This car can reach a speed of 140 miles per hour" (同)hit, attain
- reach a destination, either real or abstract; "We hit Detroit by noon"; "The water reached the doorstep"; "We barely made it to the finish line"; "I have to hit the MAC machine before the weekend starts" (同)make, attain, hit, arrive at, gain
- reach a goal, e.g., "make the first team"; "We made it!"; "She may not make the grade" (同)make, get_to, progress to
- satisfy in a limited way; "He contented himself with one glass of beer per day"
- the proportion of a substance that is contained in a mixture or alloy etc.
- the sum or range of what has been perceived, discovered, or learned (同)cognitive content, mental object
- everything that is included in a collection and that is held or included in something; "he emptied the contents of his pockets"; "the two groups were similar in content"
- make content; "I am contented"
- a relative amount; "mix one volume of the solution with ten volumes of water"
- the amount of 3-dimensional space occupied by an object; "the gas expanded to twice its original volume"
- the magnitude of sound (usually in a specified direction); "the kids played their music at full volume" (同)loudness, intensity
- a publication that is one of a set of several similar publications; "the third volume was missing"; "he asked for the 1989 volume of the Annual Review"
- succeed in a big way; get to the top; "After he published his book, he had arrived"; "I don
*t know whether I can make it in science!"; "You will go far, my boy!" (同)make it, get_in, go_far* - reach a destination; arrive by movement or progress; "She arrived home at 7 o
*clock"; "She didn*t get to Chicago until after midnight" (同)get, come - the state of being paramount; the highest rank or authority
- an issue whose settlement is more important than anything else; and issue that must be settled before anything else can be settled
- an underwater mountain rising above the ocean floor

- 〈計算・金額が〉『総計』(…に)『なる』,(…に)のぼる《+『to』+『名』》 / 〈事が〉結局(…に)なる,(…に)等しい《+『to』+『名』》 / 〈U〉《the ~》『総計』,総額,総数(sum) / (ある)『量』,額 / 〈U〉真意;要旨
- 〈相手が〉(話し手の方へ)『来る』,やって来る;〈話し手が〉(相手の方へ)『行く』,伺う《+『to』(『into』)+『名』》 / (ある場所に)『着く』,到着する《+『to』+『名』》 / 〈時が〉『到来する』;〈順序が〉くる / (…に)『届く』,達する《+『to』+『名』》 / 〈事が〉(…に)『起こる』,生じる,降りかかる《+『to』+『名』》,(…から)起こる《+『from』(『of』)+『名』》 / 〈物が〉現れる,できる;〈子が〉生まれる / 〈考えなどが〉(人の)心に浮かぶ《+『to』+『名』》 / 〈人が〉(…の)『出身である』,生まれである《+『from』(『of』)+『名』》 / 〈商品などが〉利用できる,手に入る / (ある状態・結果に)『なる』,至る / 《命令形で促したり警告などを表して》さあ,これこれ / 《仮定法現在で,年月・時期などを表す語[句]の前で》…が来ると / 《仮定法現在》〈障害・難関など〉が来ても / 《『come the』+『名』の形で》(…の)ふるまいをする,(…)ぶる
- 《時間などの副詞[句]を伴って》〈場所・目的地〉‘に'『着く』,『到着する』;〈人,人の耳など〉‘に'『届く』 / 〈ある年齢・状態など〉‘に'『達する』,到達する / 〈手など〉‘を'『差し出す』,『伸ばす』《+『out』+『名』,+『名』+『out』》 / 〈物〉‘を'『手を伸ばして取る』,‘に'手を届かせる / (電話などで)…‘と'連絡する / 〈ある数量〉に達する~届く,及ぶ / 〈人の心〉を動かす / (…に)『手を伸ばす』《+『out to』(『toward』)+『名』》 / (物を)取ろうと手を伸ばす《+『for』+『名』》;(名声などを)手に入れようとする《+『for(after)』+『名』》 / 〈物事が〉(空間的・時間的に)(…)届く,達する《+『to』+『名』》 / 〈U〉《時にa~》(…に)『手を伸ばすこと』《+『for』+『名』》 / 〈U〉(手・声などの)届く範囲《+『fo』+『名』》 / 〈U〉(力・理解などの)及ぶ範囲 / 〈C〉(川の曲がり目の間の)直線流域
- 〈C〉《複数形で》(容器などにはいっている)『中身』,内容物,(記録・書物などの)目次 / 〈U〉(書物・演説などの)趣旨 / 〈C〉《~》《修飾語を伴って》含有量,(容器の)容量
- 『満足して』,甘んじて / 満足 / (…で)…'を'『満足させる』《+名+『with』+『名』》
- 〈C〉(特に分厚い)『本』,書物 / 〈C〉(シリーズものの)『巻』,冊(《略》(単数形で)vol.,(複数形で)vols.) / 〈U〉(…の)『体積』,容積《+of+名》 / 〈U〉〈C〉)…の)『量』,かさ《+of+名》 / 〈U〉(…の)『音量』,音の強さ,ボリューム《+of+名》 / 《複数形で》多量(の…),たくさん(の…)《+of+名》
- (ある場所に)『着く』,(目的地に)『到着する』《+『at』(『in, on』)+『名』》 / (ある目標・過程・断階などに)達する《+『at』+『名』》 / 〈時が〉来る(come) / 成功する,名声を博する / 〈赤ちゃんが〉生まれる
- 最高の,優れた
- 最高位;(…の)最上,至上《+『of』+『名』》

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**Quantity** is a property that can exist as a magnitude or multitude. Quantities can be compared in terms of "more", "less" or "equal", or, by assigning a numerical value in terms of a unit of measurement. Quantity is among the basic classes of things along with quality, substance, change, and relation. Being a fundamental term, quantity is used to refer to any type of quantitative properties or attributes of things. Some quantities are such by their inner nature (as number), while others are functioning as states (properties, dimensions, attributes) of things such as heavy and light, long and short, broad and narrow, small and great, or much and little. A small quantity is sometimes referred to as a **quantulum**.

Two basic divisions of quantity, magnitude and multitude, imply the principal distinction between continuity ([[continuum Under the names of multitude come what is discontinuous and discrete and divisible into indivisibles, all cases of collective nouns: *army, fleet, flock, government, company, party, people, chorus, crowd, mess, and number*. Under the names of magnitude come what is continuous and unified and divisible into divisibles, all cases of non-collective nouns: *the universe, matter, mass, energy, liquid, material, animal, plant, tree*.

Along with analyzing its nature and classification, the issues of quantity involve such closely related topics as the relation of magnitudes and multitudes, dimensionality, equality, proportion, the measurements of quantities, the units of measurements, number and numbering systems, the types of numbers and their relations to each other as numerical ratios.

Thus quantity is a property that exists in a range of magnitudes or multitudes. Mass, time, distance, heat, and angular separation are among the familiar examples of quantitative properties. Two magnitudes of a continuous quantity stand in relation to one another as a ratio, which is a real number.

- 1 Background
- 2 Quantitative structure
- 3 Quantity in mathematics
- 4 Quantity in physical science
- 5 Quantity in logic and semantics
- 6 Quantity in natural language
- 7 Further examples
- 8 References

In Mathematics the concept of quantity is an ancient one extending back to the time of Aristotle and earlier. Aristotle regarded quantity as a fundamental ontological and scientific category. In Aristotle's ontology, quantity or quantum was classified into two different types, which he characterized as follows:

- 'Quantum' means that which is divisible into two or more constituent parts, of which each is by nature a 'one' and a 'this'. A quantum is a plurality if it is numerable, a magnitude if it is measurable. 'Plurality' means that which is divisible potentially into non-continuous parts, magnitude that which is divisible into continuous parts; of magnitude, that which is continuous in one dimension is length; in two breadth, in three depth. Of these, limited plurality is number, limited length is a line, breadth a surface, depth a solid. (Aristotle, book v, chapters 11-14, Metaphysics).

In his *Elements*, Euclid developed the theory of ratios of magnitudes without studying the nature of magnitudes, as Archimedes, but giving the following significant definitions:

- A magnitude is a
*part*of a magnitude, the less of the greater, when it measures the greater; A*ratio*is a sort of relation in respect of size between two magnitudes of the same kind.

For Aristotle and Euclid, relations were conceived as whole numbers (Michell, 1993). John Wallis later conceived of ratios of magnitudes as real numbers as reflected in the following:

- When a comparison in terms of ratio is made, the resultant ratio often [namely with the exception of the 'numerical genus' itself] leaves the genus of quantities compared, and passes into the numerical genus, whatever the genus of quantities compared may have been. (John Wallis,
*Mathesis Universalis*)

That is, the ratio of magnitudes of any quantity, whether volume, mass, heat and so on, is a number. Following this, Newton then defined number, and the relationship between quantity and number, in the following terms: "By *number* we understand not so much a multitude of unities, as the abstracted ratio of any quantity to another quantity of the same kind, which we take for unity" (Newton, 1728).

Continuous quantities possess a particular structure that was first explicitly characterized by Hölder (1901) as a set of axioms that define such features as *identities* and *relations* between magnitudes. In science, quantitative structure is the subject of empirical investigation and cannot be assumed to exist *a priori* for any given property. The linear continuum represents the prototype of continuous quantitative structure as characterized by Hölder (1901) (translated in Michell & Ernst, 1996). A fundamental feature of any type of quantity is that the relationships of equality or inequality can in principle be stated in comparisons between particular magnitudes, unlike quality, which is marked by likeness, similarity and difference, diversity. Another fundamental feature is additivity. Additivity may involve concatenation, such as adding two lengths A and B to obtain a third A + B. Additivity is not, however, restricted to extensive quantities but may also entail relations between magnitudes that can be established through experiments that permit tests of hypothesized observable manifestations of the additive relations of magnitudes. Another feature is continuity, on which Michell (1999, p. 51) says of length, as a type of quantitative attribute, "what continuity means is that if any arbitrary length, a, is selected as a unit, then for every positive real number, *r*, there is a length b such that b = *r*a".

This section may be confusing or unclear to readers. (March 2012) |

Magnitude and multitude, the two principal types of quantities, are further divided as mathematical and physical. In formal terms, quantities—their ratios, proportions, order and formal relationships of equality and inequality—are studied by mathematics. The essential part of mathematical quantities consists of having a collection of variables, each assuming a set of values. These can be a set of a single quantity, referred to as a scalar when represented by real numbers, or have multiple quantities as do vectors and tensors, two kinds of geometric objects.

The mathematical usage of a quantity can then be varied and so is situationally dependent. Quantities can be used as being infinitesimal, arguments of a function, variables in an expression (independent or dependent), or probabilistic as in random and stochastic quantities. In mathematics, magnitudes and multitudes are also not only two distinct kinds of quantity but furthermore relatable to each other.

Number theory covers the topics of the discrete quantities as numbers: number systems with their kinds and relations. Geometry studies the issues of spatial magnitudes: straight lines, curved lines, surfaces and solids, all with their respective measurements and relationships.

Establishing quantitative structure and relationships *between* different quantities is the cornerstone of modern physical sciences. Physics is fundamentally a quantitative science. Its progress is chiefly achieved due to rendering the abstract qualities of material entities into physical quantities, by postulating that all material bodies marked by quantitative properties or physical dimensions are subject to some measurements and observations. Setting the units of measurement, physics covers such fundamental quantities as space (length, breadth, and depth) and time, mass and force, temperature, energy, and quantum.

A distinction has also been made between intensive quantity and extensive quantity as two types of quantitative property, state or relation. The magnitude of an *intensive quantity* does not depend on the size, or extent, of the object or system of which the quantity is a property, whereas magnitudes of an *extensive quantity* are additive for parts of an entity or subsystems. Thus, magnitude does depend on the extent of the entity or system in the case of extensive quantity. Examples of intensive quantities are density and pressure, while examples of extensive quantities are energy, volume and mass.

In respect to quantity, propositions are grouped as universal and particular, applying to the whole subject or a part of the subject to be predicated. Accordingly, there are existential and universal quantifiers. In relation to the meaning of a construct, quantity involves two semantic dimensions: 1. extension or extent (determining the specific classes or individual instances indicated by the construct) 2. intension (content or comprehension or definition) measuring all the implications (relationships and associations involved in a construct, its intrinsic, inherent, internal, built-in, and constitutional implicit meanings and relations).

In human languages, including English, number is a syntactic category, along with person and gender. The quantity is expressed by identifiers, definite and indefinite, and quantifiers, definite and indefinite, as well as by three types of nouns: 1. count unit nouns or countables; 2. mass nouns, uncountables, referring to the indefinite, unidentified amounts; 3. nouns of multitude (collective nouns). The word ‘number’ belongs to a noun of multitude standing either for a single entity or for the individuals making the whole. An amount in general is expressed by a special class of words called identifiers, indefinite and definite and quantifiers, definite and indefinite. The amount may be expressed by: singular form and plural from, ordinal numbers before a count noun singular (first, second, third...), the demonstratives; definite and indefinite numbers and measurements (hundred/hundreds, million/millions), or cardinal numbers before count nouns. The set of language quantifiers covers "a few, a great number, many, several (for count names); a bit of, a little, less, a great deal (amount) of, much (for mass names); all, plenty of, a lot of, enough, more, most, some, any, both, each, either, neither, every, no". For the complex case of unidentified amounts, the parts and examples of a mass are indicated with respect to the following: a measure of a mass (two kilos of rice and twenty bottles of milk or ten pieces of paper); a piece or part of a mass (part, element, atom, item, article, drop); or a shape of a container (a basket, box, case, cup, bottle, vessel, jar).

Look up or quantity in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.few |

Some further examples of quantities are:

- 1.76 litres (liters) of milk, a continuous quantity
- 2
*πr*metres, where*r*is the length of a radius of a circle expressed in metres (or meters), also a continuous quantity - one apple, two apples, three apples, where the number is an integer representing the count of a denumerable collection of objects (apples)
- 500 people (also a count)
- a
*couple*conventionally refers to two objects *a few*usually refers to an indefinite, but usually small, number greater than two.*several*refers to an indefinite, but usually small, number - usually indefinitely greater than "a few".

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- Aristotle, Logic (Organon): Categories, in Great Books of the Western World, V.1. ed. by Adler, M.J., Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc., Chicago (1990)
- Aristotle, Physical Treatises: Physics, in Great Books of the Western World, V.1, ed. by Adler, M.J., Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc., Chicago (1990)
- Aristotle, Metaphysics, in Great Books of the Western World, V.1, ed. by Adler, M.J., Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc., Chicago (1990)
- Hölder, O. (1901). Die Axiome der Quantität und die Lehre vom Mass.
*Berichte über die Verhandlungen der Königlich Sachsischen Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften zu Leipzig*, Mathematische-Physicke Klasse, 53, 1-64. - Klein, J. (1968).
*Greek Mathematical Thought and the Origin of Algebra. Cambridge*. Mass: MIT Press. - Laycock, H. (2006). Words without Objects: Oxford, Clarendon Press. Oxfordscholarship.com
- Michell, J. (1993). The origins of the representational theory of measurement: Helmholtz, Hölder, and Russell.
*Studies in History and Philosophy of Science*, 24, 185-206. - Michell, J. (1999).
*Measurement in Psychology*. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. - Michell, J. & Ernst, C. (1996). The axioms of quantity and the theory of measurement: translated from Part I of Otto Hölder’s German text "Die Axiome der Quantität und die Lehre vom Mass".
*Journal of Mathematical Psychology*, 40, 235-252. - Newton, I. (1728/1967). Universal Arithmetic: Or, a Treatise of Arithmetical Composition and Resolution. In D.T. Whiteside (Ed.),
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*Mathesis universalis*(as quoted in Klein, 1968).

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- the sum total of two or more quantities or sums; aggregate. 2. the sum of the principal and interest of a loan. 3. quantity; measure: a great amount of resistance . 4. the full effect, value, or significance. verb (used without object). 5. to total; add ...

リンク元 | 「content」「come」「reach」「attain」「達する」 |

拡張検索 | 「small amount」「trace amount」「substantial amount」「amount of ventilation」「total amount」 |

- n.

- 内容、内容物、量、含有量、含量

- (ラテン語 continereの過去分詞 contentus(中身が満たされた。conainの過去分詞に相当する語)

- adj.[叙述的]

- (～に)(ほどほどのところで)満足して、甘んじて(with)。(～と言うことに)安心する(that節)(⇔discontent)
- (be ～ to do)喜んで～する(willing)。(～であることに)満足する、甘んじる(that節)

- n.

- 満足

- vt.

- (事・人が)(人)を'(～で)満足させる

(～ oneself)(不十分な物・事で)満足する(with (doing))

- v.

- 関
- amount、arise、arrive、attain、become、break out、come about、come from、get、go、happen、occur、originate、reach、take place、transpire、turn

- v.

- n.

- 関
- amount、area、arrive、attain、attainment、come、delivery、extend、extent、go、range、realm、scope、span、spectra、spectrum

- v.

- 関
- accomplish、accomplishment、achieve、achievement、amount、arrive、attainment、come、fulfill、play、reach、serve