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Lot Definition

(noun)

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(in the Bible) the nephew of Abraham, who was allowed to escape from the destruction of Sodom (Gen. 19). His wife, who disobeyed orders and looked back, was turned into a pillar of salt.

(noun)

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a river of southern France, which rises in the Auvergne and flows 480 km (300 miles) west to meet the River Garonne south-east of Bordeaux.

(pronoun)

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a large number or amount; a great deal


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there are a lot of actors in the cast

they took a lot of abuse

a lot can happen in eight months

we had lots of fun

Debbie nurses lots of animals back to health

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(adverb)

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a great deal; much


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he played tennis a lot last year

thanks a lot

my life is lots better now

I feel a whole lot better

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(noun)

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a particular group or set of people or things


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it's just one lot of rich people stealing from another

he will need a second lot of tills to handle the second currency

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(noun)

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an item or set of items for sale at an auction


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nineteen lots failed to sell

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(noun)

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the making of a decision by random selection, especially by a method involving the choice of one from a number of pieces of folded paper, one of which has a concealed mark


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officers were elected rather than selected by lot

(noun)

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a person's luck, situation, or destiny in life


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schemes to improve the lot of the disadvantaged

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(noun)

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a plot of land assigned for sale or for a particular use


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a vacant lot

a fenced-off back lot

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(verb)

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divide (items) into lots for sale at an auction


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the contents have already been lotted up, and the auction takes place on Monday