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The amount of blood pumped by the left ventricle of the heart in one contraction. The stroke volume is not all the blood contained in the left ventricle; normally, only about two-thirds of the blood i [..]
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The occupation of space in three dimensions. Measured in cubic units.
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Relationships Related Term:  part n. (v., vol., abbr.) ~ 1. A collection of pages bound together. - 2. Cataloging · A major division of a published work, distinguished from similar divisions of the [..]
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This is the daily number of shares of a security that change hands between a buyer and a seller. Also known as volume traded. Also see Up volume and Down volume.
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1. The amount of space an object takes up. 2. The amount of space a container can hold. The SI unit of volume is the cubic meter (m3); the liter is a popular unit of volume in chemistry.
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In national accounts figures that refer to the value of a transaction in the numeraire of the base year. Volume figures are quality adjusted.
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A book or periodical that is part of a series or a set. The volume notation can be a number, letter, or a similar form.
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1[uncountable, countable] the amount of space that an object or a substance fills; the amount of space that a container has How do you measure the volume of a gas? jars of different volumes Wait until [..]
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late 14c., "roll of parchment containing writing; a bound book," from Old French volume "scroll, book; work, volume; girth, size" (13c.) and directly from Latin volumen (genitive v [..]
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amount of space occupied by an object.
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noun capacity, measure of capacity noun loudness of a sound noun book
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The number of shares or contracts traded in a security or an entire market during a given period. Volume is usually considered on a daily basis and a daily average is computed for longer periods.
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The number of transactions made on a futures exchange that would consist of a purchase and a matching sale.
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A measurement of space, or capacity.
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loudness, or property of a sound wave informed by its amplitude.
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space an object occupies.
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Volume is the number of shares traded in a company's stock or in an entire market over a specified period, typically a day. Unusual market activity, either higher or lower than average, is typ [..]
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Either The space occupied by a three dimensional object, or The level of throughput. [D03397]
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The total volume of water that travels through any irrigation tubing or pipe.  Volume is often referred to as flow rate, which can be listed in: GPM (gallons per minute), GPH (gallons per hour), ft3/ [..]
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(revision in progress) Wellerism:
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the amount of 3-dimensional space occupied by an object; "the gas expanded to twice its original volume" bulk: the property of something that is great in magnitude; & [..]
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A physical unit of a storage medium, such as tape reel or disk pack, that is capable of having data recorded on it and subsequently read. Also refers to a contiguous collection of cylinders or blocks [..]
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(ANSI) A portion of data, together with its data carrier, that can be handled conveniently as a unit; e.g., a reel of magnetic tape, a disk pack, a floppy disk.
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A numerical designation given to the size of a wood head as measured by liquid displacement. Usually measured in cc’s or cubic centimeters. Example: A driver head size of 460cc’s.
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A numerical designation given to the size of a club head (normally a wood or hybrid) as measured by liquid displacement.
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Disk-based data storage generally represented as an iSCSI target with a file system that supports extended attributes; can be persistent or ephemeral.
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a book. The same word also means the amount, quantity or bulk of something
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A portion of data, with its physical storage medium, that can be handled conveniently as a unit. Note: An example of a volume is a "floppy" diskette.
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A volume is a single book — i.e., a group of pages bound between two covers. Sometimes "volume" is used as a synonym for "work," but do remember a volume can contain more [..]
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The number of trades in a security over a period of time. On a chart, volume is usually represented as a histogram (vertical bars) below the price chart. The NYSE and Nasdaq measure volume differently [..]
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Sometimes referred to in the context of cost or expense behavior such as "variable expenses increase as volume increases." In this context volume might be an activity such as the number of m [..]
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In serial publications, consecutive issues may be collected and bound together as a grouping. This is a volume. While most serials are collected and bound in a single volume corresponding to a single [..]
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If a book is published in several parts, these are called "volumes".
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A measurement of space, or capacity.
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Definition The number of shares, bonds or contracts traded during a given period, for a security or an entire exchange. also called trading volume.
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This term is used to describe the signal level of an audio signal, or the intensity of the sound. Volume is usually expressed in decibels relative to a standard reference level or zero level.
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A fixed amount of storage on a disk or tape. The term volume is often used as a synonym for the storage medium itself, but it is possible for a single disk to contain more than one volume or for a vol [..]
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In the bibliographic sense, a major division of a work, distinguished from other major divisions of the same work by having its own chief source of information and, in most cases, independent paginati [..]
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The loudness of a sound, measured in decibels.
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describes how loud or soft the voice or sound is.
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The amount of product sales by brand, category, department or store.
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The measurement typically used to measure liquids; volume measurements are commonly expressed as liters, teaspoons, tablespoons, cups, pints, gallons, fluid ounces and bushels.
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Total number of stock shares, bonds, or COMMODITIES futures contracts traded in a particular period.
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  The number of futures contracts traded (one side of each trade, only either buys or sells) during the trading period.  
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An identifiable unit of data storage in computers or storage systems. It might be physically removable. In tape storage systems, a volume may be a tape cartridge (or in older systems, a tape reel). In [..]
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The amount an object can hold. E.g. a bottle of cola has a volume of 2 litres.
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(n) - the amount of space that an object occupies
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Amount of space an object or substance takes up; measured in liters or cubic centimeters.
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The number of patients in each DRG
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The number of contracts in futures or options on futures transacted during a specified period of time.
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Collection of a minimum of one journal issue; in printed form, volumes of more than one issue are not normally bound together by the publisher, but are frequently bound together in hardback by the pur [..]
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amount of space an object takes up; 3-D; the loudness of a sound or signal. 
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The amount of space occupied by a substance or object.
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The amount of data, ranging from megabytes to brontobytes
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The amount of space occupied by a three-dimensional shape. The volume is the number of unit cubes that will fit into a three-dimensional shape.
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The word "volume" has several different meanings. The most common definition is the magnitude or intensity of a certain sound. Volume may also refer to how much space a three-dimensional obj [..]
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The issues of a periodical that make up the whole of a given publishing period, for example, a year. All the material contained in a single binding.
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A unit of three dimensional measure of space that comprises a length, a width and a height. It is measured in units of cubic centimeters in metric, cubic inches or cubic feet in English measurement. ( [..]
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The Volume is the number of shares, lots or units traded in a day in a specific security. The Volume is a very important indicator as it can tell an investor a lot about a stock price movement, for in [..]
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Volume is the daily number of shares of a security that are traded.
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The number of shares of stock or options that have traded as of the opening of a given trading day. Volume is the consolidated volume, that is to say, it includes shares traded on all exchanges. For e [..]
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This is a partition
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The total number of shares of a stock traded during a specific time period. High volumes usually correspond to news announcements regarding the company.
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The amount of a security that trades hands.  
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(n) the amount of 3-dimensional space occupied by an object(n) the property of something that is great in magnitude(n) physical objects consisting of a number of pages bound together(n) a publicat [..]
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Amount of space occupied by an object (Lesson 5, 29)
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The displacement or definition of space by a form. In painting, volume refers to the illusion of the displacement or definition of space.
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The size of a space or chamber in cubic units. Loosely applied to the output of a pump in gallons per minute.
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The given number of vehicles that pass a given point for a given amount of time (hour, day, year.)
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The number of units of flow (e.g., vehicles) passing a defined point (or over a uniform roadway segment) during a defined time period, typically measured in flow units (vehicles) per hour (vph) (see a [..]
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The number of vehicles passing a given point during a specified period of time.
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A fixed amount of storage on an instance. You can share volume data between containers and persist the data on the container instance when the containers are no longer running.
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The amount of physical space occupied by an object or substance.
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Colloquial term for sound pressure level (SPL)
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The amount of space inside an object; often how much liquid a container can hold, but also air space. Typically measured in either litres (L) or cubic centimetres (cm3
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the space occupied in three dimensions.
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Measures the size of an object using length measurements in three dimensions. Back to top. W
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An identifiable unit of data storage in computers or storage systems. It might be physically removable. In tape storage systems, a volume may be a tape cartridge (or in older systems, a tape reel). In [..]
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Volume of circulating Blood. It is the sum of the Plasma Volume and Erythrocyte Volume.
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The Lung volume at which the dependent Lung zones cease to ventilate presumably as a result of airway closure.
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Volume of circulating Erythrocytes . It is usually measured by Radioisotope Dilution Technique.
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The extra volume of air that can be expired with maximum effort beyond the level reached at the end of a normal, quiet expiration. Common abbreviation is ERV.
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Measure of the maximum amount of air that can be expelled in a given number of seconds during a Forced Vital Capacity determination . It is usually given as FEV followed by a subscript indicating the [..]
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The volume of the Heart, usually relating to the volume of Blood contained within it at various periods of the cardiac cycle. The amount of Blood ejected from a ventricle at each beat is Stroke Volume [..]
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The extra volume of air that can be inspired with maximal effort after reaching the end of a normal, quiet inspiration. Common abbreviation is IRV.
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MCV equals Hematocrit divided by Erythrocyte Count.
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The volume of packed Red Blood Cells in a Blood specimen. The volume is measured by Centrifugation in a tube with graduated markings, or with automated Blood Cell counters. It is an indicator of Eryth [..]
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Volume of Plasma in the circulation. It is usually measured by Indicator Dilution Techniques.
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The volume of air remaining in the Lungs at the end of a maximal expiration. Common abbreviation is RV.
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The amount of Blood pumped out of the Heart per beat, not to be confused with Cardiac Output (volume/Time). It is calculated as the difference between the end-diastolic volume and the end-systolic vol [..]
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The volume of air inspired or expired during each normal, quiet respiratory cycle. Common Abbreviations are TV or V with subscript T.
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The volume of Blood in a ventricle after Diastole.
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Volume of Blood remaining in a ventricle at the end of Systole.
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Size or measure of anything in three dimensions.
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Number of shares a stock trades either per day or per week.
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Number of shares a stock trades either per day or per week.
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the measurement typically used to measure liquids; volume measurements are commonly expressed as liters, teaspoons, tablespoons, cups, pints, gallons, fluid ounces and bushels. Search Cooking Dictiona [..]
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Volume is a 3 Vs framework component used to define the size of big data that is stored and managed by an organization. It evaluates the massive amount of data in data stores and concerns related to i [..]
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The amount of space occupied by a three-dimensional object or region of space.
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The total number of shares traded (bought and sold) in a given period.
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Number of shares a stock trades either per day or per week.
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The daily cumulative volume for each security.
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The loudness or softness of the speaker's voice.
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n. "volume," s.v. volume sb. OED. KEY: volume@n
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n 2 volume 2
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The amplitude or level of intensity of the audio or motion output.
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The amount of space matter occupies.
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Volume refers to the amount of air delivered to you in units of millilitres (mL) or liters (L).
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In finance, the term volume typically refers to the number of shares, bonds or contracts traded for a security or on a whole exchange for a given period, also known as market turnover. Thin trading is [..]
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Total daily number of shares of a security that are traded.
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The number of futures contracts, calls, or puts traded in a day. Volume figures use the number of longs or shorts in a day, not both. Such figures are reported on the following day.
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The space that a object or figure fills in a drawing or painting.
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The number of vehicles that pass a roadway location during a period of time. Often expressed in the number of vehicles per hour per lane.
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The amount of space taken up by something.
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a measure of the size of a body or region in three-dimensional space
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Volume, where shown, represent the net weight or other measurement of the goods exclusive of packing containers. Where a commodity item comprises different kinds of commodities for which a common un [..]
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Number of shares a stock trades either per day or per week.
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Similar to mass, it is a three-dimensional form implying bulk, density, and weight; but also a void or empty, enclosed space.
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Similar to mass, a three-dimensional form implying bulk, density, and weight; but also a void or empty, enclosed space.
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Similar to mass, a three-dimensional form implying bulk, density, and weight; but also a void or empty, enclosed space.
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 The amount of product sales by brand, category, department or store.voluntary group: 
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number of shares traded during a specified time, usually one day.
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See Trading volume
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The number of shares that trade hands per day.
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 – Is quite simply the amount of shares that changed hands during any particular day. As simple as it is, volume is one of the most important pieces of information that a trader can use. With this [..]
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The number of purchases or sales of securities contracts made during a specific time period, often the total transactions for one trading day or week.
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The number of shares traded during a given period. This is also called trading volume.
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A measure of liquidity, it is the number of shares traded over a certain period. This could be applied to the market as a whole or to a particular index. So, if no one trades a stock all day and only [..]
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The amount of shares traded in a single day.
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The number of shares that change hands between sellers and buyers.
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  Traded volume, ie the number of traded securities or, if trading is in percent, the nomial amount traded. See: traded price, trading value
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The number of shares traded for a particular stock or exchange.
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The amount of shares bought and sold on a stock exchange. Voting Right
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1) A common, non-technical term meaning Sound Pressure Level, and loosely applied to also mean audio voltage level. 2) Short for the term Volume Control (a gain control of an amplifier).
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The volume of a substance per unit mass; the reciprocal of density.
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This is the daily number of shares of a security that change hands between a buyer and a seller. Also known as volume traded. Also see Up volume and Down volume.
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Volume is the quantity of three-dimensional space enclosed by a closed surface, for example, the space that a substance (solid, liquid, gas, or plasma) or shape occupies or contains. Volume is often q [..]
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Volume is the quantity of space an object occupies in a 3D space. Volume may also refer to:
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Volume is the quantity of three-dimensional space enclosed by a closed surface, for example, the space that a substance (solid, liquid, gas, or plasma) or shape occupies or contains. Volume is often q [..]
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In computer data storage, a volume or logical drive is a single accessible storage area with a single file system, typically (though not necessarily) resident on a single partition of a hard disk. Alt [..]
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Volume was a magazine in the form of a series of compact disc compilation albums that were published in the UK in the early to mid 1990s. The albums typically contained exclusive tracks and remixes fr [..]
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A volume is a physical book in codex format. It may be printed or manuscript. The term may be used to identify a single book that is part of a larger collection. The term is also used as an identifier [..]
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In thermodynamics, the volume of a system is an important extensive parameter for describing its thermodynamic state. The specific volume, an intensive property, is the system's volume per unit of mas [..]
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In thermodynamics, the volume of a system is an important extensive parameter for describing its thermodynamic state. The specific volume, an intensive property, is the system's volume per unit of mas [..]
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In capital markets, volume, or trading volume, is the amount (total number) of a security (or a given set of securities, or an entire market) that was traded during a given period of time. In the cont [..]
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Volume is an indie stealth-based video game developed by Mike Bithell Games. It was released for Microsoft Windows, OS X, and PlayStation 4 in August 2015, and the PlayStation Vita version in January [..]
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Volume is the sixth studio album from British rock band Skindred. It was released on 30 October 2015.
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Volume is a 2012 short film directed by Mahalia Belo and written by Anna Ingeborg Topsøe starring Joe Cole and Anna Brewster. It won the Best British Short film at the 2012 Moët British Independent [..]
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