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The Definition of - some (adj)

    adjective
    1.
    being an undetermined or unspecified one:
    Some person may object.
    2.
    (used with plural nouns) certain:
    Some days I stay home.
    3.
    of a certain unspecified number, amount, degree, etc.:
    to some extent.
    4.
    unspecified but considerable in number, amount, degree, etc.:
    We talked for some time. He was here some weeks.
    5.
    Informal. of impressive or remarkable quality, consequence, extent, etc.:
    That was some storm.
    pronoun
    6.
    certain persons, individuals, instances, etc., not specified:
    Some think he is dead.
    7.
    an unspecified number, amount, etc., as distinguished from the rest or in addition:
    He paid a thousand dollars and then some.
    adverb
    8.
    (used with numerals and with words expressing degree, extent, etc.) approximately; about:
    Some 300 were present.
    9.
    Informal. to some degree or extent; somewhat:
    I like baseball some. She is feeling some better today.
    10.
    Informal. to a great degree or extent; considerably:
    That's going some.

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Word Origin & History of - some

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