What are the differences between few, couple, many, plenty, various and several?
#101227. Asked by armindasantana. (Nov 23 08 1:47 PM)
Few- not many but more than one|
Couple- two of the same sort considered together; pair
Many- constituting or forming a large number; numerous
Plenty- a full or abundant supply or amount
Various- of different kinds, as two or more things;
differing one from another
Several- being more than two but fewer than many in number or kind
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