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some  Adjective
  1. Translate "some" to Spanish: algunos, algunas, cierto, unas, unos, varios, alguno que otro
    English Synonyms of "some": a few, certain, many, several, various, a number of, a series of, an odd number of, divers
    Define meaning of "some": Relatively many but unspecified in number. ; Quantifier; used with either mass nouns or plural count nouns to indicate an unspecified number or quantity.
  2. They were here for some weeks.
    We did not meet again for some years.
    Have some milk.
    Some roses were still blooming.
    Having some friends over.
    Some apples.
    Some paper.

  3. Translate "some" to Spanish: algún, un tal, una tal
    English Synonyms of "some": certain
    Define meaning of "some": Unknown or unspecified. ; Relatively much but unspecified in amount or extent.
  4. Some lunatic drove into my car.
    Some man telephoned while you were out.
    Some day my prince will come.
    Some enchanted evening.
    We talked for some time.
    He was still some distance away.

  5. Translate "some" to Spanish: un poco de, un poquito de, algo de, cierta cantidad de, una cantidad de, una cierta cantidad de
    English Synonyms of "some": a little, a little bit of, a little of, a small amount of, a small quantity of, a spark of, a touch of
    Define meaning of "some": Quantifier; used with either mass nouns or plural count nouns to indicate an unspecified number or quantity.
  6. Have some milk.
    Some roses were still blooming.
    Having some friends over.
    Some apples.
    Some paper.

  7. Translate "some" to Spanish: gran
    English Synonyms of "some": big, great, large, grand, whale of, blinking, jolly
    Define meaning of "some": Remarkable.
  8. Some situation you have!, Qué situación en la que te has metido!
    That was some party.
    She is some skier.

some  Adverb
  1. Translate "some" to Spanish: un poco, algo
    English Synonyms of "some": a little, kind of, somewhat, a bit, sort of, a tad, kinda

  2. Translate "some" to Spanish: aproximadamente, como
    English Synonyms of "some": about, almost, approximately, grossly, just about, roughly, nearly
    Define meaning of "some": Imprecise but fairly close to correct.
  3. It weighs some hundred pounds, Pesa como cien libras.

some  Pronoun
  1. Translate "some" to Spanish: algunos, algunas, algunas en particular, algunas pocas, algunos en particular, algunos pocos, unas, unos, unos pocos
    English Synonyms of "some": some in particular, a few, one or two

  2. Translate "some" to Spanish: una cierta cantidad, algo, alguno que otro
    English Synonyms of "some": anything, something, a certain amount, a certain quantity, a few, an odd number, aught, one or two
    Define meaning of "some": A thing of any kind.

  3. Translate "some" to Spanish: una parte
    English Synonyms of "some": one part

  4. Translate "some" to Spanish: alguno, alguna en particular, alguno en particular
    English Synonyms of "some": a particular one, any one

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