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pot

noun /pot/
any one of many kinds of deep container used in cooking, for holding food, liquids etc or for growing plants pote, cacerola, puchero; tarro; maceta, tiesto a cooking pot a plant pot a jam-pot The waiter brought her a pot of tea.
potted adjective
(of food) pressed into a pot or jar in order to preserve it en conserva potted meat.
contained in a pot en una maceta; en un tarro; en un cacharro a potted plant.
brief; summarized condensado, resumido a potted history of Britain.
pothole noun
a hole or cave made in rock by the action of swirling water. cueva
a hole worn in a road-surface. bache
pot-shot noun
an easy or casual shot that doesn’t need careful aim tiro sin apuntar He took a pot-shot at a bird on the fence.
take pot luck
to take whatever happens to be available, eg as an unexpected guest at a meal-time contentarse con lo que haya It’s best to reserve a table in advance if you want to eat here, but many people take pot luck and eat at a table in the bar.
(Definition of pot from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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