- 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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