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  1. Oct 12, 2012 · b. : being of an unspecified amount or number. give me some water. have some apples. 3. : remarkable, striking. that was some party. 4. : being at least oneused to indicate that a logical proposition is asserted only of a subclass or certain members of the class denoted by the term which it modifies.

  2. We use some with of before the, demonstratives (this, that), pronouns (you, us) or possessives (my, your). We use some of to refer to a part of a whole: …. Some: typical errors. We don’t use weak form some with singular countable nouns: …. Some and any. We use some and any in different types of clauses. ….

  3. We use some before nouns to refer to indefinite quantities. Although the quantity is not important or not defined, using some implies a limited quantity: Can you get me some milk? (The quantity isn’t specified. Some suggests a normal amount, not an unlimited amount. Compare: Can you get me five litres of milk?) I’ve got some questions for you.

  4. As pronouns, both some and any may be used in affirmative or negative questions: Will you ( won't you) have some? Do you ( don't you) have any? But some is used in affirmative statements and answers: You may have some. Yes, I'd like some. And in negative statements and answers, any is the usual choice: I don't care for any. No, I can't take any.

  5. some determiner (UNKNOWN AMOUNT) A1. an amount or number of something that is not stated or not known; a part of something: There's some cake in the kitchen if you'd like it. Here's some news you might be interested in. We've been having some problems with our TV over the last few weeks.

  6. Synonyms for SOME: one, certain, given, unnamed, specific, unspecified, unidentified, anonymous; Antonyms of SOME: known, named, specified, even, precisely, exactly, just, due Merriam-Webster Logo Menu Toggle

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