Definitions: (adjective) A reason, idea or writing is qualitative if it is about the way something is, or about the thing’s qualities, but not about numbers/amounts.
Examples: (adjective) Qualitative differences between advertisements are likely to be far more important than quite large differences in the number of advertisements. (adjective) I have a qualitative idea of what his work is like, but I don’t know how much work he’s done.
Synonyms: adjectives: subjective.
Academic Word List Sublist and Group: 9 D