|Origin:||quantificare, from Latin quantus; QUANTITY|
quan‧ti‧fy past tense and past participle quantified, present participle quantifying, third person singular quantifies [transitive]
to calculate the value of something and express it as a number or an amount:
an attempt to quantify the region's social and economic decline
difficult/impossible to quantify
The damage caused to the tourist industry is difficult to quantify.
The cost of unemployment to the government is quite easily quantifiable.