A separate portion; a number of things taken collectively. (noun)
One or more items auctioned or sold as a unit, separate from other items. (noun)
A number of people taken collectively. (noun)
A distinct portion or plot of land, usually smaller than a field. (noun)
That which happens without human design or forethought; chance; accident; hazard; fortune; fate. (noun)
Anything (as a die, pebble, ball, or slip of paper) used in determining a question by chance, or without human choice or will. (noun)
The part, or fate, that falls to one, as it were, by chance, or without his planning. (noun)
A prize in a lottery. (noun)
Allotment; lottery. (noun)
All members of a set; everything. (noun)
An old unit of weight used in many European countries from the Middle Ages, often defined as 1/30 or 1/32 of a (local) pound. (noun)
To allot; to sort; to apportion. (verb)
Examples of word lot
A lot of manufacturers and models mean a *lot* of people to please, especially if it keeps up this pace of gaining market share chris_j_wright48
If it helps them get a lot more traffic and sell a * lot* more product, a whole industry will spring up around just * helping* them use it.
As they start researching, the details of the picture come together for the reader, who wonders why the heck they don't get it a lot sooner and run away to Australia (as if that might make their lives any safer -- Max has a _lot_ of money and no ethics at all).
One reason I created this journal is because I've met a lot of people - and I mean a *lot* - of people who don't feel fulfilled with what Christianity, or whatever mainstream religion they're with, presents them with.
When there isn't a lot of organizational overhead to obtaining resources, app developers will -- surprise -- use more resources -- a * lot* more resources.