- some 一些; 某个; 部分; 相当多的;
- a little 少量地，稍许地;
- a few 少许， 少数; 一点点; 些许;
He told some lies and sometimes just embroidered the truth.
With one exce-ption his novels are shallow and lifeless things.
Those people who took up weapons to defend themselves are political prisoners.
Builders must fasten down roofs of newly-built homes more securely.
He knew roughly what was about to be said.
Smear Vaseline on to your baby's skin to prevent soreness.
He has admitted the charge and will be sentenced later.
I heard the voices, but couldn't make out what they were saying.
Whatever you want to chat about, we'll do it tonight.
His last book, "Needful Things", was a retread of tired material.
Now sit down and make yourself comfortable. You must be very tired.
The organisers have to employ performers to pull a crowd.
You never can tell what life is going to bring you.
So what is really happening as the information bandwagon starts to roll?
I'll put on the kettle for tea. Or boil up some coffee.