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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Relatively many but unspecified in number.
  2. Relatively much but unspecified in amount or extent.
  3. Remarkable.
  4. Quantifier.
(副) As an adverb
  1. Some.
Hyphenationsome
Part of Speech(定冠词) definite article, (副) adverb
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一些yīxiēsome; a few; a little
有些yǒuxiēsome; somewhat
几个jǐgea few; several; how many
大约dàyuēapproximately; probably
约摸yuēmoabout; around; approximately; also written 约莫
某些mǒuxiēsome; certain (things)
mǒusome; a certain; somebody or something indefinite; such-and-such
xiēsome; few; several; measure word indicating a small amount or small number (greater than 1)
huò(same as ) a certain; some, perhaps; probably; maybe, or
有的yǒude(there are) some (who are...); some (exist)
xiē(same as ) a small quantity or number; a little; a few; some
有一些yǒu yīxiēsomewhat; rather; some
liǎtwo (colloquial equivalent of 两个); both; some
liǎngtwo; both; some; a few; tael, unit of weight equal to 50 grams (modern) or 1⁄16 of a catty (old)
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