Ammount vs. Amount

By Jaxson

  • Ammount (noun)

    misspelling of amount

  • Amount (noun)

    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.”

  • Amount (noun)

    A quantity or volume.

    “Pour a small amount of water into the dish.”

    “The dogs need different amounts of food.”

  • Amount (noun)

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

  • Amount (verb)

    To total or evaluate.

    “It amounts to three dollars and change.”

  • Amount (verb)

    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”

  • Amount (verb)

    To go up; to ascend.

  • Amount (noun)

    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”

  • Amount (noun)

    a sum of money

    “they have spent a colossal amount rebuilding the stadium”

  • Amount (verb)

    come to be (the total) when added together

    “losses amounted to over 10 million pounds”

  • Amount (verb)

    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”

  • Amount (verb)

    develop into; become

    “you’ll never amount to anything”

Oxford Dictionary

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