quantitate

verb
quan·​ti·​tate | \ ˈkwän-tə-ˌtāt How to pronounce quantitate (audio) \
quantitated; quantitating

Definition of quantitate

transitive verb

1 : to measure or estimate the quantity of especially : to measure or determine precisely
2 : to express in quantitative terms

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Other Words from quantitate

quantitation \ ˌkwän-​tə-​ˈtā-​shən How to pronounce quantitation (audio) \ noun

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If there’s something in her system, the doctor may have to quantitate the level of what was in her system. Aurelie Corinthios, PEOPLE.com, "Rosie O’Donnell’s Ex-Wife Michelle Rounds’ Autopsy Is Complete, Cause of Death Pending Further Lab Results," 19 Sep. 2017

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First Known Use of quantitate

1927, in the meaning defined at sense 1

History and Etymology for quantitate

back-formation from quantitative

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The first known use of quantitate was in 1927

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