Qualify or quantify? Home › Forum › Chat Forum › Qualify or quantify? Viewing 9 posts - 1 through 9 (of 9 total) Qualify or quantify? steviedSubscriber Little ‘discussion’ with the wife that needs sorting… What’s the difference between qualify and quantify? Posted 4 years ago Three_FishMember Do neither of you have access to a dictionary? Try using each word in a sentence, the context should help clarify the meaning for you. Posted 4 years ago djgloverMember Lol! Have England quantified for the World Cup this year? Genuine question sorry for thread hijack? Posted 4 years ago swanny853Member Qualitative- bike A is lighter than bike B Quantitative- bike A weighs 10kg, bike B weighs 12kg Simply put, anyway. Qualitative = words. Quantitative = numbers (really some metric as opposed to just 1st, 2nd etc). Posted 4 years ago scotroutesSubscriber Qualify has other meanings. It would be handy to have context. Posted 4 years ago JamieMember Another thrilling night in the D household. Next week….chips. Crinkle cut, or chunky. Qualify has other meanings. It would be handy to have context. I preferred your original answer, Druidh. Posted 4 years ago seosamh77Subscriber Posted 4 years ago scotroutesSubscriber Jamie wrote: I preferred your original answer, Druidh. * whistles * I’m trying to do a good day/bad day thing and didn’t notice it was past midnight 🙂 Posted 4 years ago grumMember What’s the difference between qualify and quantify? They’re different words that mean different things? 😕 Posted 4 years ago Viewing 9 posts - 1 through 9 (of 9 total) The topic ‘Qualify or quantify?’ is closed to new replies.