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severaldeterminer, pronoun

uk   /ˈsev.ər.əl/  us   /-ɚ-/
A2 some; an amount that is not exact but is fewer than many: I've seen "Gone with the Wind" several times. Several people have complained about the plans. Several of my friends are learning English at language schools in Cambridge.
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severaladjective [before noun]

uk   /ˈsev.ər.əl/  us   /-ɚ-/ formal
separate or different: We are striving to reach an agreement which will satisfy the several interests of the parties concerned.
Translations of “several”
in Arabic عِدّة…
in Korean 여러가지의, 여러…
in Malaysian agak banyak…
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 Vietnamese vài, dăm ba…
in Spanish varios…
in Portuguese vários…
in Thai หลาย ๆ…
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 Indonesian beberapa…
in Chinese (Simplified) 一些, 几个…
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