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  • EN [ pɒt]
  • US [ pɑːt]

English definition


  • 1. metal or earthenware cooking vessel that is usually round and deep; often has a handle and lid

  • 2. a plumbing fixture for defecation and urination

  • 3. the quantity contained in a pot

  • 4. a container in which plants are cultivated

  • 5. (often followed by `of') a large number or amount or extent;

    • "a batch of letters"
    • "a deal of trouble"
    • "a lot of money"
    • "he made a mint on the stock market"
    • "it must have cost plenty"
  • 6. the cumulative amount involved in a game (such as poker)

  • 7. slang terms for a paunch

  • 8. a resistor with three terminals, the third being an adjustable center terminal; used to adjust voltages in radios and TV sets

  • 9. street names for marijuana


  • 1. plant in a pot;

    • "He potted the palm"

Example sentences

  • Please uncover the pot.

  • He lifted off the lid of the pot.

  • He bought a pot and other hardware at the store.

  • He debated heating up the pot first before his friends came.

  • A pot fell over and some stones rolled out.

  • With a practised hand he motioned a waiter to bring a fresh pot of coffee.

  • I put the lid on the pot, but the water is boiling so fiercely that it won't stick on.

  • These chickens will soon be ready for the pot.

  • The pot came down on the stone floor with a clash.

  • The window was open, and the pot just dropped out.

  • Pour the dregs away and rinse the pot.

  • A full tea set like this consists of a pot and eight cups.

  • He was writing his report so attentively that he didn't know the rice gruel in the pot had boiled over.

  • I don't know when we will be able to make a start because the whole project has gone back into the melting pot.

  • The pot is boiling dry.

  • Please make me a fresh pot of tea.

  • a pot of jam

  • You will need a pot of broth for poaching.

  • He did not pot a ball for the next two frames.

  • She was messing with the coffee pot, which was acting up again.

  • Coffee steamed in the richly decorated silver pot.

  • There's tea in the pot.

  • He brewed a pot of coffee.

  • After the pot is dipped in this mixture, it is fired.

  • I've taken some money from the pot for wrapping paper.

  • During the night a gust of wind had blown the pot over.

  • He spilt a pot of coffee.

  • The neighbourhood really is going to pot.

Phrase collocation

  • for the pot

    for food or cooking

    • at the age of fifteen weeks the snails are ready for the pot.

  • go to pot

    (informal)deteriorate through neglect

    • the foundry was allowed to go to pot in the seventies.

  • the pot calling the kettle black

    used to convey that the criticisms a person is aiming at someone else could equally well apply to themselves

  • pot of gold

  • pots of money

    (informal)a very large amount of money

  • put someone's pot on

    (Austral./NZ informal)inform on a person

  • shit (或 piss) or get off the pot

    (vulgar slang)used to convey that someone should stop wasting time and get on with something

  • a watched pot never boils

    (proverb)time seems to drag endlessly when you're waiting anxiously for something to happen


  • pot luck

    • Come on and dine pot luck.

  • taltow pot

  • Shit or get off the pot.

    • The union leader wamed that the city had until Feb. 1 to shit or get off the pot.

  • grease pot

    • Why don't you bum some good chow for us,dear grease pot?

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