severaladjective

  • ja数人の、いくつかの
  • enmore than two or three but not many

Examples

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Stack several slices of tomato on top
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and finish the whole thing off with a Lincoln Log house of bacon.
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There are several croissants on their menu,
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but the Birthday Cake croissant, loaded with a sweet pink ooze and funfetti,
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was the one that ultimately drew long lines.
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They offer several fresh seafood services.
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From number 1 all the way to number 6; crispy fry.
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I'm not in high school anymore.
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Huh...
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I graduated from Pacific Coast Academy several years ago!
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Seems like you've had quite a past?
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Enough to last several lifetimes.
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The business will have a mobile component.
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Yeah, I see you've underlined that several times here.
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When we first see the 2 frogs,
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there are several possible combinations of male and female.
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If we write out the full list,
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we have what mathematicians call the sample space,