Entry from British & World English dictionary
The total fund of money that constitutes the basis of someone’s retirement pension.
- Many judges now retire with 2 million-plus pension pots.
- The deep income inequalities offer little chance of building cash savings of 50,000 or a decent pension pot.
- The top bosses of bailed-out banks should have been sacked with no bonuses paid or immoral increases to their ridiculous pension pots.
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