some

Some vs Thing - What's the difference?

some | thing |


As a pronoun some

is a certain number, at least one.

As a determiner some

is a certain proportion of, at least one.

As an adverb some

is of a measurement; approximately, roughly.

As a noun thing is

(chiefly|historical) a public assembly or judicial council in a germanic country.

Some vs About - What's the difference?

some | about |


As adverbs the difference between some and about

is that some is of a measurement; approximately, roughly while about is not distant; approximate.

As a pronoun some

is a certain number, at least one.

As a determiner some

is a certain proportion of, at least one.

As a preposition about is

in a circle around; all round; on every side of; on the outside of .

As an adjective about is

moving around; astir.

Some vs Body - What's the difference?

some | body |


As a pronoun some

is a certain number, at least one.

As a determiner some

is a certain proportion of, at least one.

As an adverb some

is of a measurement; approximately, roughly.

As a noun body is

a bodysuit , chiefly worn by women and children.

Some vs Ay - What's the difference?

some | ay |


As a pronoun some

is a certain number, at least one.

As a determiner some

is a certain proportion of, at least one.

As an adverb some

is of a measurement; approximately, roughly.

As a noun ay is

academic year.

Slight vs Some - What's the difference?

slight | some |


As an adjective slight

is small, weak or gentle; not decidedly marked; not forcible; inconsiderable; unimportant; insignificant; not severe.

As a verb slight

is to treat as slight or not worthy of attention, to make light of.

As a noun slight

is the act of slighting; a deliberate act of neglect or discourtesy.

As a pronoun some is

a certain number, at least one.

As a determiner some is

a certain proportion of, at least one.

As an adverb some is

of a measurement; approximately, roughly.

Some vs Small - What's the difference?

some | small |


As a pronoun some

is a certain number, at least one.

As a determiner some

is a certain proportion of, at least one.

As an adverb some

is of a measurement; approximately, roughly.

As a proper noun small is

.

Process vs Some - What's the difference?

process | some |


As a noun process

is a series of events to produce a result, especially as contrasted to product.

As a verb process

is to perform a particular process or process can be (mostly british) to walk in a procession.

As a pronoun some is

a certain number, at least one.

As a determiner some is

a certain proportion of, at least one.

As an adverb some is

of a measurement; approximately, roughly.

Some vs Slightly - What's the difference?

some | slightly |


As adverbs the difference between some and slightly

is that some is of a measurement; approximately, roughly while slightly is slenderly; delicately.

As a pronoun some

is a certain number, at least one.

As a determiner some

is a certain proportion of, at least one.

Some vs Some - What's the difference?

some | some |


In senseid|en|a remarkable terms the difference between some and some

is that some is (senseid)(informal) a remarkable while some is (senseid)(informal) a remarkable.

As pronouns the difference between some and some

is that some is a certain number, at least one while some is a certain number, at least one.

As determiners the difference between some and some

is that some is a certain proportion of, at least one while some is a certain proportion of, at least one.

As adverbs the difference between some and some

is that some is of a measurement; approximately, roughly while some is of a measurement; approximately, roughly.

Yes vs Some - What's the difference?

yes | some |


As an interjection yes

is used to express pleasure, joy, or great excitement.

As a noun yes

is an affirmative expression; an answer that shows agreement or acceptance.

As a verb yes

is (colloquial|transitive) to agree with, to affirm, to approve.

As a pronoun some is

a certain number, at least one.

As a determiner some is

a certain proportion of, at least one.

As an adverb some is

of a measurement; approximately, roughly.

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