NounPot (plural Pots)
- A vessel used for cooking or storing food.
- (poker) The money wagered in poker or similar games.
- (Can we verify(+) this sense?)</span> (poker) A round in a poker game.
- A trap for catching lobsters, crabs, or fish.
- (archaic) An iron hat with a broad brim.
- (Australian) A glass of beer. Size varies regionally but is normally 10 fl oz (285 ml).
- A potshot
- (slang) A protruding belly; a paunch.
- (slang) Ruin or deterioration.
- His prospect went to pot.
- (sports, billiards, snooker, pool) The act of causing a ball to fall into a pocket.
- (slang) A potentiometer.
- (rail transport) a non-conducting, usually ceramic, stand that supports the third rail while keeping it electrically insulated from the ground.
- To put (something) into a pot.
- To preserve by bottling or canning, e.g. potted meat
- (cue sports) To cause a ball to fall into a pocket.
- (cue sports) To be capable of being potted.
- The black ball doesn't pot; the red is in the way.
- (UK) To send someone to gaol, expeditiously.
- See also Thesaurus:marijuana
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- (UK) enPR: pŏt, IPA: /pɒt/, SAMPA: /pQt/
- Rhymes: -ɒt
- (US) enPR: pät, IPA: /pɑt/, SAMPA: /pAt/
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Possibly a shortened form of Mexican Spanish potiguaya (“marijuana leaves”) or potaguaya (“cannabis leaves”) or potación de guaya literally ‘drink of grief’, supposedly denoting a drink of wine or brandy in which marijuana buds were steeped.
- The translations below need to be checked.
- The translations below need to be checked.
- “Pot” in the Webster's New Collegiate Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, 1974 edition.
- “Pot” in the Online Etymology Dictionary, Douglas Harper, 2001
- Third-person singular present indicative form of poder.
Pot m., inanimate
- IPA: /pot/
- potit se
- (cooking pot): kookpot
Pot m. (plural Pots)
- (common, original sense) pot, jar, vase (often specified after its intended content which follows after à -, e.g. pot à épices 'spice jar')
- cooking pot; (culinary) dish
- (colloquial) drink, jar, bevvy
- (colloquial) do (UK), bash, drinks party
- pot, kitty, pool (of money staked at cards etc.)
- ancient measure, containing two pintes
- paper size, about 40 by 31 cm
- (slang, vulgar) arse, bum, backside
- Nouveau Petit Larousse illustré. Dictionnaire encyclopédique. Paris, Librairie Larousse, 1952, 146th edition
- first-person singular present tense form of putea.
- first-person singular subjunctive form of putea.
- third-person plural present tense form of putea.
- IPA: [pot]
Pot m. (Cyrillic spelling пот)
- (archaic) A unit of volume: 1 pot, the volume of 16 kg of water.
- (archaic) A unit of weight: 1 pot = 40 qadaq = 16.380 kg .