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  1. lot

    • IPA[lɒt]

    英式

    • pron.
      a large number or amount; a great deal;the whole number or quantity that is involved or implied
    • adv.
      a great deal; much
    • n.
      a particular group or set of people or things;a group of a specified kind (used in a derogatory or dismissive way)
    • v.
      divide (items) into lots for sale at an auction
    • noun: lot, plural noun: lots

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    代名詞

    • 1. a large number or amount; a great deal there are a lot of actors in the cast they took a lot of abuse
    • the whole number or quantity that is involved or implied you might as well take the whole lot this is probably the most famous of the lot

    副詞

    • 1. a great deal; much he played tennis a lot last year thanks a lot

    名詞

    • 1. informal a particular group or set of people or things it's just one lot of rich people stealing from another he will need a second lot of tills to handle the second currency 同義詞 group, set, crowd, circle, clique, ... 更多
    • British a group of a specified kind (used in a derogatory or dismissive way) an inefficient lot, our Council
    • 2. an item or set of items for sale at an auction nineteen lots failed to sell 同義詞 batch, set, collection, load, group, ... 更多
    • 3. the making of a decision by random selection, especially by a method involving the choice of one from a number of pieces of folded paper, one of which has a concealed mark officers were elected rather than selected by lot
    • one of a set of objects such as straws, stones, or pieces of paper that are randomly selected as part of a decision-making process they drew lots to determine the order in which they asked questions
    • the choice resulting from deciding something by lot eventually the lot fell on the King's daughter
    • 4. a person's luck, situation, or destiny in life schemes to improve the lot of the disadvantaged 同義詞 fate, destiny, fortune, doom, situation, ... 更多
    • 5. North American a plot of land assigned for sale or for a particular use a vacant lot a fenced-off back lot 同義詞 patch of ground, tract of land, allotment, piece of ground, plot, ... 更多
    • a car park.
    • an area of land near a film studio where outside filming may be done.
    • the area at a car dealership where cars for sale are kept.

    動詞

    • 1. divide (items) into lots for sale at an auction the contents have already been lotted up, and the auction takes place on Monday
    • n.
      an incomplete set or random mixture of things.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      an incomplete set or random mixture of things.

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a miscellaneous group of articles, especially when sold or bought together: a job lot of stuff I bought from a demolition firm

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      an area where cars or other vehicles may be left temporarily.

    Oxford American Dictionary

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    • IPA[lät]

    美式

    • pron.
      a large number or amount; a great deal: there are a lot of actors in the cast they took a lot of abuse
    • adv.
      a great deal; much: he played tennis a lot last year thanks a lot
    • n.
      a particular group, collection, or set of people or things: it's just one lot of rich people stealing from another
    • v.
      divide (items) into lots for sale at an auction: the contents have already been lotted up, and the auction takes place on Monday

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • IPA[lɒt]

    英式

    • (in the Bible) the nephew of Abraham, who was allowed to escape from the destruction of Sodom ...

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    • IPA[lɒt]

    英式

    • a river of southern France, which rises in the Auvergne and flows 480 km (300 miles) west to ...

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    • IPA[lät]

    美式

    • a river in southern France that flows 300 miles (480 km) west to meet the Garonne River ...

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    • IPA[lät]

    美式

    • (in the Bible) the nephew of Abraham, who was allowed to escape from the destruction of Sodom. ...

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