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Translation of "lot" - English-Spanish dictionary

lot

noun   /lɒt/
a lot (of); lots (of)
A1 a large number or amount of people or things mucho(s) There were a lot of people outside the building. He earns lots of money. I’ve got a lot to do this morning.
a lot
A1 a large amount or very often mucho We used to go there a lot.
a lot better, older, quicker, etc.
much better, older, quicker, etc. mucho mejor, más mayor, más rápido, etc. He looks a lot older than his wife. It’s a lot quicker by train.
(Definition of lot from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

lot

noun /lot/
a person’s fortune or fate suerte, destino It seemed to be her lot to be always unlucky.
a separate part lote She gave one lot of clothes to a jumble sale and threw another lot away.
one article or several, sold as a single item at an auction lote Are you going to bid for lot 28?
lots noun plural
a large quantity or number mucho lots of people She had lots and lots of food left over from the party.
a lot
a large quantity or number mucho What a lot of letters!
(Definition of lot from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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