Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The largest territorial administrative division of Denmark and Norway: as, the amt of Akershus. Each of these two countries is divided into 18 amts.
- n. A contraction of amount.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. An administrative territorial division in Denmark and Norway.
“OK, so i take my coffee with a shot of espresso and a slammin amt of cane sugar, but heck, i’m swine-free! yeah, i miss bacon …”
“I have a great deal of admiration for their courage ... in the face of a tremendous amt of political pressure they are acting … with a ... sense of public responsibility," he said.”
“All the "doughnut hole gap" in Medicare did was put money in the pocket of the insurance companies and drug companies because of the large out of pocket expense that seniors on Medicare had to come up with when they reached the amt allowed under Medicare. mw”
“We pay them a stipend but it will not be enough to meet the minimum monthly bank deposit requirement (what is that amt. currently, by the way?).”
“I learnt that they have so many regulations for things here, like x amt. tables per toilet and X amount of people in x size of floor space-fire regs.”
“Next, whether or not you believe in Climate Change, I would hope that everyone would agree, that the hugh amt. of polutants that we (the world) are putting into our atmosphere is unhealthy.”
“His sibling, who's been to Copenhangen before, told us that there's not that much to see in the city for that amt of time, and suggested we might combine our trip with another city.”
“But 12 GA deer tags x amt of venison = full freezers for greater part of a year, probably more.”
“I just read last week a report that said that the demand for community college grads is going to outpace that of 4 yr grads by a LARGE amt.”
“A consumer who uses x or less amt of utility/commodity for his house and family size or business type and size pays one rate for his total usage, and one who uses more pays a higher rate.”
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