These nouns refer to an amount, level, or quality that can be measured or judged, or that is fixed.Previous
allowance (tax) allowance (baggage) band (tax) bracket (income) content (salt) economy (fuel) gap (trade) intake (alcohol) level (cholesterol) prices quotient span (wing) speed range (age) rate (heart) rate (interest) rating (approval) resistance (wind) run (print) span (time) span (attention) threshold (tax/pain) tolerance (drought) toll (murder) turnover (staff) usage (phone) value (shock)
Smaller cars offer better mobility, convenience and fuel economy.
I had a cholesterol level of over 400.
Paul Ormerod argues that the rise in oil prices rules out a reduction in interest rates.
The space station is very expensive, and yet the satisfaction quotient coming out of it's fairly low.
Washington's murder toll is 20 per cent up on last year's rate and there are fears that the situation will spiral out of control.
We are an average family (two teenage children, plus dog) and our annual water usage is less than 250 kilolitres a year.