severaladjective

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

Examples

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1.
It's been several months, and you haven't heard anything from her.
2.
She hasn't returned your phone calls, she's never responded to one of your letters,
3.
she didn't respond to the candygram...
4.
Alright.
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1.
Seems like you've had quite a past?
2.
Enough to last several lifetimes.
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1.
Well, why don't you remind Stacey how you two know each other?
2.
Okay. Well, you're in my class in high school.
3.
Science or social studies?
4.
Science.
5.
Wait...
6.
I'm not in high school anymore.
7.
Huh?
8.
I graduated from Pacific Coast Academy several years ago!
9.
Now, I'm in college.
10.
I'm a Sophomore at San Francisco State!
11.
No, you're not.
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1.
First of all, Angelina, I know what you're going through.
2.
Divorce is the best.
3.
It's a lot, a lot, a lot, a lot of fun.
4.
I've been through several.
5.
And let me tell you, they go by so fast so savor every moment.
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1.
The business will have a mobile component.
2.
Yeah, I see you've underlined that several times here.
3.
What does that mean? You'll deliver?
4.
In a way.
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1.
Hamlet? Cincinnati is not a hamlet.
2.
We have several museums.
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1:34 / --:--
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1.
"Pick a drink."
2.
Oh, there's several I like.
3.
That's hard.
4.
I'm gonna say red wine.
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1.
Show me the sternum.
2.
It's right here.
3.
This helps me touch the sternum.
4.
It protects several vital organs and the heart.