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lot

noun
 
 
/lɒt/
a lot; lots A1 a large number or amount of people or things
çok miktarda/sayıda
There were a lot of people outside the building. He earns lots of money. I've got a lot to do this morning.Large in number or quantityGeneral words for size and amount
a lot better/older/quicker, etc much better/older/quicker, etc
çok daha iyi/yaşlı/çabuk vs.
It's a lot better than the old system. It's a lot quicker by train.Large in number or quantityGeneral words for size and amount
the lot UK informal all of an amount or number
tamamı, tümü, hespi
I made enough curry for three people and he ate the lot.Something, anything, nothing, and everything
GROUP [C] UK a group of people or things that you deal with together
grup, bölüm, parça, yığın, parti, kişiler adamlar, herifler
I've already done one lot of washing.Groups and collections of thingsVariety and mixturesGroups of people
AREA [C] US an area of land
arazi, parsel
a parking lot an empty lotPlaces and locationsUnpleasant places
SALE [C] something being sold at an auction (= sale where things are sold to the people who pay the most)
müzayedede açık artırmaya sunulan mal/eşya/her parça
Lot 3: a Victorian chest.Shops, markets and auctionsRestaurants and cafesBuildings in general
sb's lot the quality of someone's life and the type of experiences they have
(birinin) yaşamı/deneyimleri/yaptıkları, talih, alın yazısı
They've done much to improve the lot of working people.Fate and destiny
(Definition of lot from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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