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lot (English)
A distinct portion or parcel of something, usually merchandise.
A large quantity or number.
A method of deciding something (like the winner of a prize or the person who will do a task) by casting or drawing a lot [object used to determine a result randomly].
A motion-picture studio and its surrounding property.
A number of people of the same kind, or associated in some way, taken collectively.
A number of things taken collectively
A portion or plot of land with defined borders, usually smaller than a field.
All members of a set.
Anything that is used to determine a result randomly, by chance or without man's choice or will (such as a die, stone or slip of paper).
Kind of person.
One or more items auctioned or sold as a unit, separate from other items.
That which is assigned to a person as his share or portion.
The part, or outcome, that falls to one, as it were, by chance, or without his planning.
To assign to someone as his or her lot.
To divide a piece of land into lots.
To divide or distribute by lot.

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