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 us   /lɑt/

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.
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