Definition of Lots in English :

Define Lots in English

Lots meaning in English

Meaning of Lots in English

Pronunciation of Lots in English

Lots pronunciation in English

Pronounce Lots in English


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1. dozens, gobs, heaps, lashings, loads, lots, oodles, piles, rafts, scads, scores, slews, stacks, tons, wads

a large number or amount

Example Sentences:
'made lots of new friends'
'she amassed stacks of newspapers'


2. a good deal, a great deal, a lot, lots, much, very much

to a very great degree or extent

Example Sentences:
'I feel a lot better'
'we enjoyed ourselves very much'
'she was very much interested'
'this would help a great deal'

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


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plural noun
1. (often foll by of)
great numbers or quantities
lots of people
to eat lots
a great deal
the journey is lots quicker by train

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see synonyms of lots
a great deal; very much
considered somewhat informal by some
lots happier

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1. a lot or lots Informal
a. A large extent, amount, or number: is in a lot of trouble; has lots of friends.
b. Used adverbially to mean "to a great degree or extent" or "frequently": felt a lot better; ran lots faster; doesn't go out a whole lot; has seen her lots lately.
c. A number of associated people or things: placating an angry lot of tenants; kids who were a noisy lot.
d. Miscellaneous articles sold as one unit: a lot of stamps sold at an auction.
e. An individual of a particular kind or type: That dog is a contented lot.
a. A piece of land having specific boundaries, especially one constituting a part of a city, town, or block.
b. A piece of land used for a given purpose: a parking lot.
c. The complete grounds of a film studio.
d. The outdoor area of a film studio.
a. An object used in making a determination or choice at random: casting lots to see who will go first.
b. The use of objects in making a determination or choice at random: chosen by lot.
c. The determination or choice so made: The lot fell on the widow's only son.
d. One's fortune in life; one's fate: It was her lot to struggle for years in obscurity.
tr.v. lot·ted, lot·ting, lots
1. To apportion by lots; allot.
2. To divide (land) into lots.
3. To divide (goods) into lots for sale.

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