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  • Premier Icon stevied
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    Little ‘discussion’ with the wife that needs sorting…
    What’s the difference between qualify and quantify?

    Three_Fish
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    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.

    djglover
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    Lol! Have England quantified for the World Cup this year? Genuine question sorry for thread hijack?

    swanny853
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    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).

    Premier Icon scotroutes
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    Qualify has other meanings. It would be handy to have context.

    Jamie
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    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.

    Premier Icon scotroutes
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    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 🙂

    grum
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    What’s the difference between qualify and quantify?

    They’re different words that mean different things? 😕

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