Sinónimos de lot
a collection of things or peopleWe've just sacked one lot of builders.
We did a bunch of songs together.
The trouble involved a small group of football supporters.
All the old crowd from my university days were there.
a motley crew of college friends
the popular watering hole for the literary set
bands of government soldiers
a vast quantity of food
destiny or fortuneHe's always accepted his lot in life.
We are masters of our own destiny.
We are in a difficult financial situation.
She kept up with the fortunes of the family.
I met him quite by chance.
She discovered the problem by accident.
You cannot choose your fate.
It was her doom to live alone for the rest of her days.
the plight of Third World countries plagued by debts
to join with voluntarily and share the fortunes of someoneThe receivers are keen to sell the stores as one lot.
I have had more than my share of adventures.
a radical group within the Communist Party
Only she and Mr Cohen had complete sets of keys to the shop.
They got a small piece of the net profits.
He has gathered a large collection of prints and paintings over the years.
his portion of the inheritance
He described them, quite rightly, as a parcel of rogues.
the current batch of trainee priests
See a lot or lots
See draw lots
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in the sense of accident
an unforeseen event or one without apparent causeShe discovered the problem by accident.
in the sense of band
having legs curved outwards at the kneesbands of government soldiers
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