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;
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;
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.
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
Come on and dine pot luck.
Shit or get off the pot.
The union leader wamed that the city had until Feb. 1 to shit or get off the pot.
Why don't you bum some good chow for us，dear grease pot?
There is relatively little information about pot, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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