adj.很少的； 很少； （与复数名词和复数动词连用）有些； 几乎没有的
pron.很少； 有些（人、事物、地方）； （与复数动词连用）少数人； 不和…一般多
1.I have tried to pack a good deal into a few words.
2.Few would argue that this team has experience and proven ability.
3.He sweeps up and does a few odds and ends.
4.I gave a dinner party for a few close friends…
5.We had a few drinks afterwards…
1.Fewer than 7% of asylum seekers are accepted as political refugees.
2.The report shows that fewer couples are getting hitched.
3.Childbirth now held fewer terrors for her than it once had.
4.We found that television and radio gave rise to far fewer complaints than did the printed media.
5.The mobile library services have been reorganised — in other words, they visit fewer places.
1.What is the fewest number of times the bug needed to cross the circle?
2.To write in a straight line is to say something clearly in the fewest possible words.
3.I scored few. Amy scored fewer . Tom scored the fewest.
4.He tried to finish the work with least money and fewest people.
5.Most people were at home and this was the time when the fewest trains were running.
few and far between：稀少；稀疏；不常发生
quite a few：相当多；不少
few and far between：稀少，罕有；稀疏
a good few：(英)大量的，许多的
have a few ：(非正式)喝得微醉
no fewer than：［强调数字大得惊人］ 不少于，多达
not a few：众多的，大量的，可观的