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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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quantifierquan‧ti‧fi‧er /ˈkwɒntəfaɪə $ ˈkwɑːntɪfaɪər/ noun [countable]  technicalSLG a word or phrase such as ‘much’, ‘few’, or ‘a lot of’ that is used with a noun to show quantity
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quantifierThe main problem here is what to do with the existential quantifier.Also, since all variables are assumed universally quantified, there is never any need for an explicit quantifier.These rules depend on quantifier order.
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