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lot

noun  /lɑt/ us  

lot noun (LARGE AMOUNT)

a lot A lot can mean much or often: You look a lot like your sister. We eat out a lot.a lot of ( also lots of) A lot of or lots of means a large amount or number of something: I saved a lot of money with those coupons. They want to have lots of children.

lot noun (LAND)

[C] an area of land: They purchased a lot last summer and built a house on it the following year.
Translations of “lot”
in Spanish suerte, destino, lote…
in French destinée, lot…
in German das Los, der Anteil, der Posten…
in Chinese (Simplified) 大量…
in Russian партия, серия, участок…
in Chinese (Traditional) 大量…
in Turkish grup, bölüm, parça…
in Polish partia, grupa, teren…
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