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What does some mean in the following sentence? Does it has a meaning similar to hardly any?

Some consensus has been reached regarding the theoretical basis for
measuring the cost of travel time.

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No. it does not mean hardly any. It means an unspecified amount - more than none

Normally a bit, not all but some

http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/some

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