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-some1 US English

Productive of

-some2 US English

(Forming nouns) denoting a group of a specified number

-some3 US English

Denoting a portion of a body, especially a particle of a cell

some US English

An unspecified amount or number of

give someone skin US English

Shake or slap hands together as a gesture or friendship or solidarity

take a lot of —— US English

Be difficult to do or effect in the specified way

kick ass US English

Act in a forceful or aggressive manner

some few US English

Some but not many

quite some US English

A considerable amount of

some little US English

A considerable amount of

in some sort US English

To a certain extent

of some size US English

Fairly large

and then some US English

And plenty more than that

catch some Zs US English

Get some sleep

some few in few US English

Some but not many

one day in day US English

At a particular but unspecified time in the past

for some reason US English

Used to convey that one doesn’t know the reason for a particular state of affairs, often with the implication that one finds it strange or surprising

not a hope in hope US English

No chance at all

quite some in quite US English

A considerable amount of

some little in some US English

A considerable amount of

cut someone some slack US English

Allow someone some leeway in their conduct

kick ass in kick1 US English

Act in a forceful or aggressive manner

take a lot of —— in take US English

Be difficult to do or effect in the specified way

in some sort in sort US English

To a certain extent

and then some in some US English

And plenty more than that

in a way in way US English

To a certain extent, but not altogether or completely (used to reduce the effect of a statement)

catch some Zs in Z1 US English

Get some sleep

you can't win them all in win US English

Said to express consolation or resignation after failure in a contest

for some reason in reason US English

Used to convey that one doesn’t know the reason for a particular state of affairs, often with the implication that one finds it strange or surprising

one day US English

At a particular but unspecified time in the past

not a hope US English

No chance at all

other US English

Used to refer to a person or thing that is different or distinct from one already mentioned or known about

give someone skin in skin US English

Shake or slap hands together as a gesture or friendship or solidarity

cut someone some slack in slack1 US English

Allow someone some leeway in their conduct

sixsome US English

A group of six people

someday US English

At some time in the future

someone US English

An unknown or unspecified person; some person

twosome US English

A pair of people considered together

fivesome US English

A group of five people

in a way US English

To a certain extent, but not altogether or completely (used to reduce the effect of a statement)

you can't win them all US English

Said to express consolation or resignation after failure in a contest

doing US English

Effort; activity

rays in ray1 US English

Sunlight considered in the context of sunbathing

semblance US English

The outward appearance or apparent form of something, especially when the reality is different

some English-Spanish

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