Volume

Volume,

Definition of Volume:

  1. The amount of space that a substance or object occupies, or that is enclosed within a container, especially when great.

  2. Quantity or power of sound; degree of loudness.

  3. A book forming part of a work or series.

  4. The number of shares traded on a given exchange or in a single security or index. High volume is generally regarded as an indication of investor enthusiasm and low volume is taken as a sign of investor lethargy. Volume is a component of many technical analysis tools.

Synonyms of Volume

Capacity, Cubic measure, Size, Magnitude, Largeness, Bigness, Mass, Bulk, Extent, Extensiveness, Abundance, Accommodation, Acreage, Acres, Aggregate, Amount, Amplitude, Area, Armful, Article, Back number, Bagful, Bags, Barrelful, Barrels, Basketful, Best seller, Bigness, Binful, Body, Book, Bottleful, Bound book, Bowlful, Breadth, Bulk, Burden, Bushel, Caliber, Capacity, Capful, Caseful, Chapter, Classic, Clause, Collection, Coloring book, Column, Content, Continuum, Copiousness, Copy, Cordage, Countlessness, Coverage, Crescendo, Definitive work, Depth, Diameter, Dimension, Dimensions, Edition, Emptiness, Empty space, Expanse, Expansion, Extension, Extent, Fascicle, Field, Flood, Folio, Fullness, Galactic space, Gauge, Girth, Great work, Greatness, Handful, Hardback, Height, Impression, Infinite space, Installment, Intensity, Interstellar space, Issue, Juvenile, Juvenile book, Kettleful, Lapful, Largeness, Length, Library, Library edition, Limit, Limp-cover book, Livraison, Load, Loudishness, Loudness, Magnitude, Magnum opus, Mass, Measure, Measurement, Mountain, Mouthful, Much, Multitude, Nonbook, Notebook, Nothingness, Novel, Number, Numerousness, Object, Ocean, Oceans, Opus, Opuscule, Opusculum, Outer space, Paperback, Paragraph, Part, Passage, Peck, Phrase, Picture book, Playbook, Plenitude, Plenty, Pocket book, Poundage, Prayer book, Printing, Production, Profusion, Proportion, Proportions, Psalmbook, Psalter, Publication, Quantities, Quantity, Radius, Range, Reach, Room, Scale, School edition, Scope, Sea, Section, Serial, Series, Set, Size, Sketchbook, Soft-cover, Songbook, Sonority, Sonorousness, Space, Spate, Spatial extension, Sphere, Spread, Standard work, Storybook, Stowage, Sum total, Superabundance, Superficial extension, Superfluity, Supply, Surface, Surge, Surge of sound, Swell, Swelling, Title, Tome, Tonnage, Tons, Tract, Trade book, Trade edition, Verse, Void, Width, Work, World, Worlds, Writing, Loudness, Sound, Amplification

How to use Volume in a sentence?

  1. A biography of George Bernard Shaw in three volumes.
  2. The sewer could not cope with the volume of rainwater.
  3. The manager at the call center explained that I would need to be comfortable making a high volume of phone calls.
  4. Prior to the release of the quarterly earnings report, the volume of Intel shares traded was unusually high.
  5. He turned the volume up on the radio.
  6. John panicked, staring at his desk, as the trading volume began to plummet due to the press release they had accidentally published without editing to soften the blow.

Meaning of Volume & Volume Definition