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tchzir on January 3, 2018


Could "few" be classified as a quantifier as well? If yes, how?

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Mehran on January 9, 2018

Yes, "few" would be "some," i.e. at least one.

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SamS on September 1, 2022

Wouldn't few also mean less than most, which is more information than just "some"

Emil-Kunkin on September 2, 2022

You're almost certainly right, but few could be referencing the absolute number. Maybe there are only a few red dogs (say 3) in the city. However, maybe there are only 4 dogs in the city. So actually, most dogs in this city are red, even though there are overall only a few red dogs