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lot US English

A large number or amount; a great deal

Lot1 US English

A river in southern France that flows 300 miles (480 km) west to meet the Garonne River southeast of Bordeaux

Lot2 US English

(In the Bible) the nephew of Abraham, who was allowed to escape from the destruction of Sodom. His wife, who disobeyed orders and looked back, was turned into a pillar of salt

lot US Thesaurus

lots of friends

job lot US English

A miscellaneous group of articles, especially when sold or bought together

odd lot US English

An incomplete set or random mixture of things

parking lot US English

An area where cars or other vehicles may be left temporarily

an awful lot US English

A very large amount; a great deal

quite a lot US English

A considerable number or amount of something

scot and lot New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

tax levied by a municipal corporation

all over the lot US English

In a state of confusion or disorganization

take a lot of —— US English

Be difficult to do or effect in the specified way

fat US English

Used ironically to express the belief that there is none or very little of something

fall to someone's lot US English

Become someone’s task or responsibility

throw in one's lot with US English

Decide to ally oneself closely with and share the fate of (a person or group)

not much fun US English

Used to indicate that something strikes one as extremely unpleasant and depressing

whole US English

Used to emphasize a large extent or number

leave much to be desired US English

Be highly unsatisfactory

backlot US English

An outdoor area in a movie studio where large exterior sets are made and some outside scenes are filmed

quite a lot in quite US English

A considerable number or amount of something

on one's plate US English

Occupying one’s time or energy

an awful lot in awful US English

A very large amount; a great deal

not much fun in fun US English

Used to indicate that something strikes one as extremely unpleasant and depressing

answer for in answer US English

Be responsible or to blame for

fall to someone's lot in lot US English

Become someone’s task or responsibility

all over the lot in lot US English

In a state of confusion or disorganization

take a lot of —— in take US English

Be difficult to do or effect in the specified way


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