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pot /pɒt $ pɑːt/ noun


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: pot(heen

ویسکی قاچاقی ایرلندی
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[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

pot
[noun]
Synonyms: container, bowl, pan, vessel

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. pot1 S2 W3 /pɒt $ pɑːt/ noun
[Language: Old English; Origin: pott]

1. COOKING [countable] a container used for cooking which is round, deep, and usually made of metal:
pots and pans
pot of
There was a big pot of soup on the stove.

2. FOR A PLANT [countable] a container for a plant, usually made of plastic or baked clay:
herbs growing in pots

3. TEA/COFFEE [countable] a container with a handle and a small tube for pouring, used to make tea or coffee:
Is there any tea left in the pot?
pot of
I’ll make a pot of coffee.coffee pot, teapot

4. FOR FOOD, PAINT ETC [countable] British English a round container for storing foods such as jam that are slightly liquid, or for substances such as glue or paint
pot of
a pot of blue paint
jam/paint/yoghurt etc pot

5. BOWL/DISH ETC [countable] a dish, bowl, plate, or another container that is made by shaping clay and then baking it ⇒ pottery:
an earthenware pot

6. go to pot informal if something such as a place or an organization goes to pot, it becomes much worse or fails because no one is taking care of it:
The government has let the whole country go to pot.

7. pots of money British English informal a lot of money:
They’ve got pots of money in the bank.
He’s hoping to make pots of money from the deal.

8. MONEY the pot
a) money that is available to do something, especially money that people have collected
in the pot
So far we’ve got £150 in the pot.
b) all the money that people have risked in a card game, and which can be won
in the pot
There was $1000 in the pot.

9. DRUG [uncountable] old-fashioned informal marijuana:
Michael was smoking pot with some friends.

10. (a case of) the pot calling the kettle black informal used humorously to say that you should not criticize someone for something, because you have done the same thing or have the same fault

11. STOMACH [countable] a potbelly

12. HIT A BALL [countable] British English the act of hitting a ball into one of the pockets (=holes at the edge of the table) in games such as billiards, pool, and snooker

13. TOILET [countable] informal a toilet
chamber pot, chimney pot, flowerpot, lobsterpot, melting pot

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. pot2 verb (past tense and past participle potted, present participle potting) [transitive]

1. (also pot up British English) to put a plant into a pot filled with soil:
Pot the seedlings after 2–3 weeks.

2. British English to hit a ball into one of the pockets (=holes at the edge of the table) in games such as billiards, pool, and snooker Synonym : pocket

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

pot
noun
I. for cooking
ADJ. cooking
VERB + POT scour | cover Cook gently in a covered pot for 3 to 4 hours.
POT + VERB brim (over) with sth The waiter brought over a steaming pot brimming with seafood.
bubble, steam He could hear the pot bubbling on the stove.
PREP. for the ~ Local people kill these animals for the pot (= to eat).
in/into a/the ~ Put all the ingredients in a large pot.
~ of a pot of soup
PHRASES pots and pans

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

pot
II. for tea/coffee
ADJ. steaming | fresh | coffee, tea (also teapot)
VERB + POT brew, make, put on I'll make a fresh pot of tea.
share | fill, refill, top up She refilled the teapot with boiling water.
empty
PREP. in a/the ~ Is there any more tea in the pot?
~ of

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

pot
III. container for storing/growing things, etc.
ADJ. ceramic, clay, earthenware, glass, iron, pewter, plastic, terracotta | flower, plant | jam, paint, pepper, yogurt | chamber | chimney | lobster
VERB + POT grow sth in, plant sth in
POT + VERB be filled with sth, be full of sth, contain sth a clay pot full of oil
POT + NOUN plant
PREP. in/into a/the ~ Plants in pots require more water than you might think.
~ of a pot of glue/jam

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

pot
pɔt
See: go to pot

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

POT
Physician Optimized Treatment

[TahlilGaran] Acronyms and Abbreviations Dictionary


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