amount

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/əˈmaʊnt/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/əˈmaʊnt/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(ə mount)


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amount

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. a [large, small, certain, precise, considerable] amount (of)
  2. [large] amounts (of)
  3. a [large] amount of [money, effort]
  4. a [large] enough amount
  5. the [principle, estimated, total, initial, final] amount
  6. a [surprising, disappointing] amount
  7. an [unexpected, overwhelming, astonishing] amount (of)
  8. [will have, would like] (just) a small amount
  9. [never, don't] carry a large amount of [money, cash]
  10. is only a limited amount (of)
  11. gave a [minimal, considerable] amount of [time, effort] (to)
  12. [met, offered, encountered] a great amount of resistance
  13. huge amounts (of drugs) were [found, seized, burned, destroyed]
  14. wouldn't believe the amount of [money, time, effort] that [it took, I wasted]
  15. what is the total amount?
  16. came to an amount of [$400]
  17. no amount of money would [change my mind, convince me]
  18. no amount of [money, talk, coercion, intimidation] will make me [run away, give up, withdraw]
  19. can [give, pay, donate, offer, take] any amount you [like, want]
  20. add it in [large, small] amounts
  21. the total amount [due, to pay, paid, outstanding]
  22. the amount may not exceed [$40]
v
  1. [might, could, will] amount to [nothing, something]
  2. [damages, taxes, costs, income, expenses, sales] amounted to
  3. amounted to [over, almost, exactly] [$1000]
  4. amounting at [times, present] to
  5. amounting on average to
  6. not expected to amount to [much, anything, more than]
  7. he will never amount to anything
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