Originally Posted by HTguru3
do you prefer the word "several"?
I'll gladly change it if it meets your approval.
Your posts (or anybody else's) definitely do not need my approval - I believe in free text
. It's just that many has many interpretations
. So I'm trying to discern which side of many you're refering to.
To me, many is more than several, which I consider similar to a bunch
. It can refer to different aspects of the same item, e.g. many returned compared to damaged in transit, but few returned compared to not returned, and so on.
Ahhh, such are the intricacies of communicating information ...