The noun "width" can be both countable and uncountable.
width → uncountable
Meaning: how wide something is
Example sentence: The width of a rectangle is always shorter than its length.
width → countable
Meaning: a measured piece of cloth, or the width of a swimming pool
Example sentence: How much does a width of that green silk cost?
In which sentence is the word "width" uncountable?
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Contributor: Matt Errey