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Translation of "pot" - English-Spanish dictionary

pot

noun   /pɒt/
B1 a round container, usually used for keeping things in or for cooking recipiente a flower pot a pot of coffee There’s plenty of space in the kitchen for all your pots and pans.
go to pot informal
to be damaged or spoiled because no effort has been made echarse a perder, arruinarse My diet’s gone to pot.
(Definition of pot from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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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