|Origin:||Latin volumen 'roll, scroll', from volvere; VOLUBLE|
the amount of sound produced by a television, radio etc
turn the volume up/down
Can you turn the volume up?
the total amount of something, especially when it is large or increasing
amount of something[countable usually singular, uncountable]
The volume of traffic on the roads has increased dramatically in recent years.
the volume of trade
a measurement of the amount of space that a substance or object fills, or the amount of space in a container
space filled[countable usually singular]
an instrument for measuring the volume of a gas
The volume of the container measures 10,000 cubic metres.
a book that is part of a set, or one into which a very long book is divided:
The period from 1940-45 is in volume 9.
a volume of Keats's poetry
all the copies of a particular magazine printed in one particular year