= share, group, set, piece, collection, portion, parcel, batch •
The receivers are keen to sell the stores as one lot.
See a lot
- = plenty, scores, masses (informal), load(s) (informal), ocean(s), wealth, piles (informal), a great deal, quantities, stack(s), heap(s), a good deal, large amount, abundance, reams (informal), oodles (informal) •
A lot of our land is used to grow crops.
- = often, regularly, a great deal, frequently, a good deal •
They went out a lot when they lived in the city.
- = choose, pick, select, toss up, draw straws (informal), throw dice, spin a coin •
Two names were selected by drawing lots.
- = join with, support, join forces with, make common cause with, align yourself with, ally or align yourself with, join fortunes with •
He has decided to throw in his lot with the far-right groups.
See draw lots
See throw in your lot with someone