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Pasûndâ wâwa [Sepe]

some \sʌm\

  1. mbênî
    • Some people like camping.
    • Some of the land was flooded.
    • Would you like some nuts?
    • Can I have some water?
    • Some point of the curve represents the maximal value.
    • I've just met some guy who said he knew you.
    • He had edited the paper for some years.
    • He is some acrobat!
    • Some enjoy spicy food, others prefer it milder.
    • Can I have some of them?
    • May I have some of the cake ?
    • It must have weighed some 90 kilos.
    • Some 30,000 spectators witnessed the feat.


  • Karan, Elke, Kêtê bakarî tî Sängö: Farânzi, Angelëe na Yângâ tî Zâmani, 1st ed. , 1995 → dîko mbëtï