English adjective: few
|1.||few a quantifier that can be used with count nouns and is often preceded by `a'; a small but indefinite number|
|Samples||A few weeks ago.|
A few more wagons than usual.
An invalid's pleasures are few and far between.
Few roses were still blooming.
Few women have led troops in battle.
|Similar||a couple of, a few, hardly a|
|See also||fewer, some|
|Attribute||multiplicity, numerosity, numerousness|
English noun: few
|1.||few (group) a small elite group|
|Samples||It was designed for the discriminating few.|
|Broader (hypernym)||elite, elite group|