some - definitions and synonyms

some adjective

  1. English Meaning: 

    : (quantifier) used with either mass nouns or plural count nouns to indicate an unspecified number or quantity

    Example Sentenses:

    • have some milk

    • some roses were still blooming

    • having some friends over

    • some apples

    • some paper

  2. English Meaning: 

    : relatively much but unspecified in amount or extent

    Example Sentenses:

    • we talked for some time

    • he was still some distance away

  3. English Meaning: 

    : relatively many but unspecified in number

    Example Sentenses:

    • they were here for some weeks

    • we did not meet again for some years

  4. English Meaning: 

    : remarkable

    Example Sentenses:

    • that was some party

    • she is some skier

some adverb

  1. English Meaning: 

    : (of quantities) imprecise but fairly close to correct

    اردو معنی‎ (Urdu Meaning)‎:

    قریب قریب - تقریبا - لگ بھگ - کم و بیش - اندازا - تخمینا -

    Example Sentenses:

    • some forty people came

    • lasted approximately an hour

    • in just about a minute

    • He's about 30 years old.

      وہ تقریبا 30 سال کا ہے۔

    • I've had about all I can stand

    • we meet about once a month

    • weighs around a hundred pounds

    • roughly $3,000

    • holds 3 gallons, more or less

    • 20 or so people were at the party

Usage Examples:

  • British journalist Mehdi Hasan was among the few that sided with her, tweeting, “If you are accusing Israelis of having ‘deep pockets’ and ‘controlling’ the media, then yeah, you’re invoking some pretty anti-Semitic slurs.”
    arynews.tv
  • Some counters estimate hematocrit from direct measurements.
    wikipedia.org
  • The people of Balochistan love Pakistan and some people were playing in the hands of enemies and trying to dismember Balochistan.
    geo.tv
  • Many of those features are now included, and some, like tagging, are on the way.
    techcrunch.com