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abate to become less in amount, degree, or intensity; subside. [2/3 definitions]
abound to be found or available in a large amount or number. [1/2 definitions]
abundance an amount that is more than ample; very plentiful quantity. [1/2 definitions]
abundant large in amount or number; plentiful. [1/2 definitions]
access time the amount of time needed for a computer to retrieve or store data.
account payable an amount owed to a creditor by a business, usu. for goods and services received.
account receivable an amount owed to a business by a debtor, usu. for goods and services received.
accrual a quantity or amount that accrues. [1/2 definitions]
acre (pl.) a large amount of land, or land in general. [1/2 definitions]
addend a number or amount added to another or others to form a sum.
a drop in the bucket a small amount compared to what is needed.
again in addition to the other amount being compared with. [1/5 definitions]
-age rate; amount; charge. [1/5 definitions]
all the total amount, extent, or number; every one. [1/12 definitions]
allow to provide or set aside (a certain amount). [1/4 definitions]
allowance a small amount of money given regularly by parents to their children to use as they wish. [1/4 definitions]
amass to gather or collect into a large amount. [1/3 definitions]
ample sufficient or more than sufficient in size, capacity, or amount.
amt. abbreviation of "amount," the sum of two or more quantities; total.
angina pectoris severe recurrent pain in the chest caused by a sudden decrease in the amount of blood flowing to the heart muscle.
angle1 the space between the lines of such a figure as measured in degrees, the number of which reflects the amount of turning that would be required to move one of the lines so that it meets and overlaps the other. [1/10 definitions]