quantum adv. quantus, as much as, so much as, to as great an extent: erus, quantum audio, uxore excidit, as far as I hear, T.: quantum suspicor, as far as I can conjecture, T.: quantum in me fuit, ieci, to my best ability: non igitur adhuc, quantum quidem in te est, intellego deos esse, i. e. for all you have said to prove it: castris, nisi quantum usūs cogerent, tenebatur miles, L.: Quantum ad Pirithoum, as far as concerned, O.: ut, quantum homo possit, quam cautissime navigem: quantum maximā voce potuit, at the very top of his voice, L.: quantum maxime adcelerare poterat, as fast as ever, L.: tu quantum potest Abi, as quickly as possible, T.: ea, quantum potui, feci, as well as I could: ut hunc, quantum possent, sublevarent, to their utmost ability.
—How much, how far, to how great an extent: quantum intersit, videte: quantum possent, ostendere.
—With compp., the more, the greater: quantum se magis insinuabant, eo acrius, etc., L.: quantum augebatur militum numerus, tanto maiore pecuniā opus erat, L.
—With ellips. of tanto: quantum incresceret aetas, voltūs minus vigentes erant, L.