From Wiktionary
some is one of the 1000 most common headwords.
society - some - son




  1. (indefinite) Used to mean an amount or number of something when the amount or number is not exact or specific.
    Would you like some grapes?
    Every government is ill-disposed to the press, all or some of the time.
    He had edited the paper for some years.
  2. (indefinite) (singular) (count & non-count) Unspecified or unknown.
    I've just met some man who said he knew you.
  3. You use some before a number to say that it may be a little more or a little less.
    Some 200 people attended the event.