Definitions for "quantifier"
(logic) a word (such as `some' or `all' or `no') that binds the variables in a logical proposition
a logical symbol which makes an assertion about the set of values which make one or more formulas true
an element of logical structure that specifies for how much or for which part of a domain a repositional function is true
(grammar) a word that expresses a quantity (as `fifteen' or `many')
a special type of determiner used to denote quantity
An item (adjective or pronoun) expressing a quantity: Spanish todo, dos, cada, ninguno, etc.
Keywords:  ineze, yila, everything, you're, tells
Tells you something about how many or how much you're dealing with. One of the most common InezeƱo quantifiers is yila " all, every, everything."
a regex construct that implicitly or explicitly binds a numeric value to a pattern
a modifier for an atom
Quantifiers (some, many, much, a lot etc.) are like articles in that they precede and modify nouns. A quantifier shows how much or how many things there are in a sentence. For example: There are lots of trees in Germany. Note: In choosing which quantifier to use it is important to understand the difference between countable and non countable nouns.
Keywords:  term
a term like "all", "some", "most" or "always"