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noun 
  1. An indefinite small number of things or people.
I don't know how many drinks I've had, but I've had a .
  1. A small elite group.
He flew spitfires with the .
adjective (fewer, fewest)
  1. More than one, but not as many as usual or as expected.
There are people who understand quantum theory.
  1. (meteorology) (uncomparable) (Of the sky) one eighth to two eighths obscured by clouds
  2. (meteorology) (uncomparable) (Of clouds) covering one eighth to two eighths of the sky
pronoun 
  1. A small number of things or people.
I was expecting lots of people at the party, but turned up.
Etymology: Old English fÄaw


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