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few / pocos
 
few   [fju:]   -adjective   -pronoun
fewer   comparative
fewest   superlative
1. (=not many)   pocosas
·few books
·pocos libros
·few of them
·pocos (de ellos)
·only a few
·nounólo unos pocos
·only a few of them came
·nounólo vinieron unos pocos
·there are very few of us
·we are very few
·somos muy pocos
·few (people) managed to do it
·muy pocos consiguieron hacerlo
·the few who ...
·los pocos que ...
·she is one of the few (people) who ...
·ella es una de los pocos que ...
·such men are few
·hay pocos hombres así
a. [as] few as three of them =   nada masculineánoun que tres
b. [every] few weeks =   cada dos o tres semanas
c. with few [exceptions] =   con pocas excepciones
d. they are few and [far] between =   son contados
e. the [lucky] few =   unos pocos or unos cuantos afortunados
f. in or over the [next] few days =   en or durante los próximos días,   en estos días Latin America
g. in or over the [past] few days =   en or durante los últimos días
h. the last or [remaining] few minutes =   el poco tiempo que queda/quedaba
i. [too] few =   demasiado pocos
·there were three too few
·faltaban tres
2. (=some, several)
·a few
·algunos
a. a [good] few
·quite a few
·bastantes
·a good few or quite a few (people) came
·vinieron bastantes,   vino bastante gente
b. he'd [had] a few (drinks)   *   llevaba ya una copa de masculineánoun
c. a few [more] =   algunos masculineánoun
·(in) a few more days
·dentro de unos pocos días
d. a few [of] them =   algunos de ellos
e. [quite] a few
 
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged and Audio Headword Pronunciation (Spanish) 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co Ltd. 1971,1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992,1993,1996,1997,2000,2003,2005.
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