amount

amount
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[ə΄maunt] n քանակ, քանակություն. considerable/vast/large/small amount նշա նակա լից/ հսկայական/մեծ/փոքր քանակություն. in small amounts փոքր քանակությամբ. any amount of money շատ փող, փողի մեծ քանակություն. any amount of food բավական շատ ուտելիք. any amount of trouble լրիվ անհանգստություն. (հանրագու մար, ընդհանուր գումար) What is the amount of debt? Որքա՞ն է պարտքի ընդհանուր գումա րը
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[ə΄maunt] v ինչ-որ քանակու թյուն կազմել, հավասար լինել His debt amounts to 100.000 drams Նրա պարտքը 100.000 դրամի է հասնում. How much does it amount to? Որքա՞ն է դա կազմում. The bill amounted to 20 dol Հաշիվը քսան դոլլար կազմեց. It amounts to the same thing Ընդհանուր առմամբ նույնն է (գալիս). It amounts to a refusal Դա հավասար է մերժ ման. What he said didn’t amount too much Նրա ասա ծը շատ բան չարժե, քիչ նշանա կություն ունի

English-Armenian Dictionary. Բարաթյան Ն.Ռ. Անգլերեն-հայերեն Բառարան/— Yerevan. . 2011.

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