sustantivo[mass noun] British informal
Something unpleasant, dirty, or of poor quality: they watch endless grot on telly
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- From his letter last week he seemed to suggest that he would rather have the insane hubbub and grot of the capital transported to the Lakes so he can continue to feel at home.
- And as a fully grown adult I have been known to put off going to the loo for hours, even days, at a time if there has been the merest hint of grot anywhere near the pot.
- Because we were the generation that had been raised on a diet of 1970s dreariness, of safety-pinned punks and urban grot.
1960s: back-formation from grotty.
Palabras que riman con grotallot, begot, Bernadotte, blot, bot, capot, clot, cocotte, cot, culotte, dot, forgot, garrotte (US garrote), gavotte, got, hot, jot, knot, lot, Mayotte, motte, not, Ott, outshot, plot, pot, rot, sans-culotte, Scot, Scott, shallot, shot, slot, snot, sot, spot, squat, stot, swat, swot, tot, trot, undershot, Wat, Watt, what, wot, yacht
Early 16th century: from French grotte, from Italian grotta, via Latin from Greek kruptē 'vault, crypt'.
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