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several

adjective [not gradable]  /ˈsev·rəl, -ər·əl/ us  
(of an amount or number) more than two and fewer than many; some: I’ve seen "Star Wars" several times.

several

pronoun  /ˈsev·rəl, -ər·əl/ us  
some of the people or things: Several in the building have complained about the fumes.
Translations of “several”
in Korean 여러가지의, 여러…
in Arabic عِدّة…
in French plusieurs…
in Turkish bir kaç…
in Italian parecchi, diversi…
in Chinese (Traditional) 一些, 幾個…
in Russian несколько…
in Polish kilka, kilku…
in Spanish varios…
in Portuguese vários…
in German mehrere…
in Catalan diversos…
in Japanese いくつかの(someよりも多く、3~10くらいの数を指す場合が多い)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 一些, 几个…
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