Synonyms of pot in English:

pot

noun

  • 1 from below came the rattling of pots in the kitchen
    cooking utensil, container, receptacle, vessel; pan, saucepan, casserole, stewpot, stockpot, skillet, dixie, chafing dish, cauldron, crucible, crock, basin, bowl; South Africanpotjie; Indianlota, surahi
  • 2 glazed earthenware pots filled with geraniums and petunias
  • 3 Jim raked in half the pot
    bank, kitty, pool, purse, stakes, ante, jackpot
  • 4 informal a man with a florid face and a big pot See pot belly
  • Phrases

    go to pot

    the foundry was allowed to go to pot in the seventiesdeterioratedeclinedegeneratego to (rack and) ruingo downhillgo to seeddecayfall into disrepairbecome dilapidatedrun downrotslide informalgo to the dogsgo down the tubeshit the skidsAustralian/New Zealand informalgo to the pack

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