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  1. some

    • IPA[sʌm]

    英式

    • dete
      an unspecified amount or number of;used to refer to someone or something that is unknown or unspecified
    • pron.
      an unspecified number or amount of people or things;(pronounced stressing ‘some’) at least a small amount or number of people or things
    • adv.
      to some extent; quite a lot
    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • 片語

    dete

    • 1. an unspecified amount or number of I made some money running errands he played some records for me
    • 2. used to refer to someone or something that is unknown or unspecified I was talking to some journalist the other day there must be some mistake
    • 3. (used with a number) approximately some thirty different languages are spoken
    • 4. (pronounced stressing ‘some’) a considerable amount or number of he went to some trouble I've known you for some years now
    • 5. (pronounced stressing ‘some’) at least a small amount or number of he liked some music but generally wasn't musical
    • 6. (pronounced stressing ‘some’) expressing admiration of something notable that was some goal
    • used ironically to express disapproval or disbelief Mr Power gave his stock reply. Some help! not that Jennifer would ever be on the dole. Some chance of that

    代名詞

    • 1. an unspecified number or amount of people or things here are some of our suggestions if you want whisky I'll give you some
    • 2. (pronounced stressing ‘some’) at least a small amount or number of people or things surely some have noticed

    副詞

    • 1. North American informal to some extent; quite a lot he needs feeding up some
    • suf.
      productive of: loathsome

    Oxford Dictionary

    • suf.
      productive of: loathsome

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • suf.
      denoting a portion of a body, especially a particle of a cell: chromosome

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • suf.
      denoting a portion of a body, especially a particle of a cell: chromosome

    Oxford Dictionary

    • suf.
      (forming nouns) denoting a group of a specified number: foursome

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • suf.
      (forming nouns) denoting a group of a specified number: foursome

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      a considerable amount of

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      a considerable amount of

    Oxford American Dictionary

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    • IPA[səm]

    美式

    • dete
      an unspecified amount or number of: I made some money running errands he played some records for me
    • pron.
      an unspecified number or amount of people or things: here are some of our suggestions if you want whiskey I'll give you some
    • adv.
      to some extent; somewhat: when you get to the majors, the rules change some

    Oxford American Dictionary

  2. 知識+

    • Some of the words.

      some (--thing, --body, -one)NB:-The Possessive... - 's ;eg:-The boy's book. Some has the following uses:- (1)... no food&little water. "a little"=positive=some;eg:-He has "a little" money and...

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    • some questions

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