a sum of money;a quantity of money
a quantity of sth
add up to or total sth
be equal to or equivalent of sth
"he borrowed a large sum"
"the amount he had in cash was insufficient"
"an adequate amount of food for four people"
"Her action amounted to a rebellion"
"The bills amounted to $2,000"
"The bill came to $2,000"
"This idea will never amount to anything"
"nothing came of his grandiose plans"
What the real amount of that statement may be.
出自： J. Lingard
Which doth amount to three odd ducats more Than I stand debted to this gentleman.
出自：Comedy of Errors , Shakespeare
Our debts amount to over $1000.
The loss from the flood amounts to ten million dollars.
The total expenses amount to a thousand yuan .
The four sums together amount to a lot of money.
The number of books published this year amounts to over a million.
His works published since 1956 amount to nearly four mill on words.
His earnings are said to amount to ￡300,000 per annum.
I cannot afford the trip to New York,because the travelling expenses would amount to at least $3000 if I went.
Their total grain output amounted to 5 million kilograms last year.
His income for that year amounted to￡15,000.
The annual cost of income support to unmarried mothers amounted to ￡700 million in that year.
The oil company's net profits amounted to more than 1000 million dollars.
The output of these small factories amounted to 70 percent of the province's total.
这些小厂的产量占全省总产量的70%。 amount to sth/v-ing
Her reply amounts to a refusal.
Two dates in nine years hardly amounts to an active social life.
Such aids amount to economic aggression.
Their actions amount to a breach of contract.
What it amounts to is simply that he is not willing to give us his support.
Whether you go or she goes amounts to the same thing.
With his intelligence, he should amount to something when he grows up.
If he goes on like this,he'll never amount to anything.
His words amounted to a threat.
It amounted to no more than this.
The court decided that the company's actions amounted to unfair dismissal.
He gave what amounted to an apology on behalf of his company.
I don't quite make out what it's going to amount to.
Borrowing money and not returning it amounts to stealing.
Keeping silent in this case amounts to supporting the speaker.
Keeping what belongs to another amounts to stealing.
Not punishing these hooligans amounts to condoning their behaviour.
It amounts to saying that they have failed in their experiment.
To declare her innocent would amount to admitting his own fault.
The expenses amount to ￥50.
That amounts to saying that he is a genius.