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Noun
A cylindrical container, typically used for holding or cooking food
“Meat stewing in a pot filled the room with a delicious aroma.”
Noun
A vessel for boiling a liquid
“I put on a pot of tea and stood over it, warming my hands on the open blue flame.”
Noun
A cylindrical container with a handle and a lip, used for holding and pouring liquids
“I carried out a pot of tea, four mugs, milk, sugar, and biscuits and left them to it.”
Noun
A container used to store plants or flowers
“It's never a good idea to put a small plant in a large pot.”
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The total sum of money placed in card games or a lottery
“There are four types of bluffs you can use to win the pot without having the best hand.”
Noun
(slang) A drug smoked or ingested for euphoric effect
“I was shocked because she had never even smoked cigarettes, and now she was smoking pot.”
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A large or protruding belly
“He's already developing a pot from all the beer he drinks.”
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A significant or considerable amount
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“I've made a pot of money out yonder, more than I know what to do with, hardly.”
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A reward to the winner of a competition or in recognition of an outstanding achievement
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A shallow, flat-bottomed container for cooking or serving food
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A large cup, typically cylindrical with a handle and used without a saucer
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Container as toilet
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When one's cue ball strikes some other ball and causes that other ball to sink into a pocket
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A price or cost of doing or participating in something
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A lightweight pot for cooking or boiling water, used in camping
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A container designed to hold or protect something
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An act of betting a sum of money, or the sum of money used to bet
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An attractively arranged bunch of flowers, especially one presented as a gift or carried at a ceremony
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Potshot or aim
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A room or enclosed area containing a toilet
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A large sum of money
Verb
To shoot at, especially casually or without careful aim
“The men had orders to pot anyone who attacked them.”
Verb
To preserve (food) by bottling or canning
“Would I gain anything by using sous vide if I plan to pot the meat later?”
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To shoot someone or something with a gun
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To earn through work or effort
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To move a growing plant from one pot to a larger one to allow for further growth
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To place into the ground or soil to grow
Adjective
Dilapidated, distressed, worn-out, torn
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