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a good few

Definition of a good few in English:

British A fairly large number of: it had been around for a good few years
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  • While a good few of those ten happened on more than a one-off occasion, one every twelve months does seem rather spartan.
  • I'm not ready for the full team but that makes me no different to a good few of the younger strikers who have been making the squads.
  • Naturally a good few of the questions are rather risqué, which made for some interesting moments.
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