Pronunciation:  US [lɑt] UK [lɒt]
  • adv.Very many large-scale and (verb)
  • n.Batch; destiny; all of the plenary
  • pron.Many large-scale
  • v.The draw, partition (land), in batches; Marshall (selling)
  • WebLeft occiput transverse (left occipito-transverse); Rhodes; batch


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