lot

lɔt

Перевод:

Adverb: много намного гораздо
Noun: лот партия масса серия
Verb: дробить на участки бросать жребий делить части сортировать

Фразы:

her dark lot - её мрачная участь

to fall to smb.'s lot - выпадать на чью-л. долю

job lot - партия разрозненных товаров, продающихся оптом

to like a great deal / a lot / very much - очень нравиться

to settle / decide by lot - решать жеребьёвкой, по жребию

happy lot - счастливая судьба

sorry / unhappy lot - несчастная судьба, горькая доля

by lot - по жребию

a fat lot you care! - вам наплевать на это!

cop the lot - выдерживать удары судьбы; терпеть

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Примеры:

He's a shit lot man! - Он полный говнюк!

She seems happy enough with her lot. - Похоже, она вполне довольна своей участью.

We drew lots to decide who should go first. - Мы бросили жребий, чтобы решить, кто должен пойти первым.

He became a lot worse. - Ему стало намного хуже.

He bought the vacant lot across the street. - Он купил пустырь через дорогу.

The unions have always tried to improve the lot of their members. - Профсоюзы всегда старались улучшить жизнь своих членов.

He runs a lot every day. - Каждый день он много бегает.

Lot 54 is a Victorian lamp. - Лот номер пятьдесят четыре — викторианская лампа.

I have come to accept that it is my lot. - Я пришел к пониманию, что такова моя участь.

Move over the lot of you! - Валите-ка все отсюда!

He bought a lot on the lake. - Он купил участок на озере.

In Athens at that time, judges were chosen by lot. - В Афинах тогда судьи избирались по жребию.

This is a lot nicer. - Это гораздо приятнее.

Come on, you lot, hurry up! - Эй, вы, давайте-ка поживее!

I have a lot of different interests. - У меня много разнообразных интересов.

The rifle receivers lotted up in groups. - Получающие винтовки были распределены по группам.

We'll prove the lot of you wrong. - Мы докажем, что все вы ошибаетесь.

His friends are a strange lot. - Его друзья — странные люди.

They own the house on the corner lot. - Им принадлежит дом на угловом земельном участке.

It fell to her lot to break the sad news. - Ей выпало сообщить эту печальную новость.

Could you help me carry this lot upstairs? - Не могли бы вы помочь мне отнести всё это наверх?

They were an inefficient lot. - Они были никудышными людьми.

We took a tour of the Universal lot. - Мы совершили экскурсию по киностудии "Universal".

I did three lots of exams last summer. - Прошлым летом я провёл три группы исследований /сдал три группы экзаменов/.

The last lot of people offered £70,000. - Последняя группа людей предложила семьдесят тысяч фунтов стерлингов.

If you buy a larger lot of goods, you are going to get a better discount. - При покупке более крупных партий товара вы получите значительную скидку.

Everyone is lotted opportunities in life, and it's their responsibility to take them. - Каждому в жизни предоставляются возможности, и его обязанность — ими воспользоваться.

Unhappy with her lot in life, she moved to the city to start over. - Будучи недовольной своей судьбой, она переехала в город, чтобы начать всё сначала.

The organization has done much to improve the lot of underprivileged youth. - Эта организация много сделала для улучшения участи молодёжи из малообеспеченных семей.

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Связанные термины:

job lot: A job lot is a number of cheap things of low quality which are sold together, for example in auctions or second-hand shops .

odd lot: a batch of merchandise that contains less than or more than the usual number of units

the lot: the entire amount or number

back lot: an outdoor area, usually adjoining a studio, used for the shooting of exterior scenes

bush lot: a tract of timberland

round lot: the unit, or a multiple thereof, in which securities, commodities, etc. are typically traded; specif., 100 shares of stock in a transaction

a bad lot: an unpleasant or disreputable person

a fat lot: very little or nothing

broken lot: an irregular quantity or lot of securities that is smaller than the amount normally traded

parking lot: A parking lot is an area of ground where people can leave their cars.

studio lot: a building containing a room or rooms used to record television or radio programmes, make films, music, etc

vacant lot: a plot of land for a particular use

scot and lot: a municipal tax paid by burgesses and others that came to be regarded as a qualification for the borough franchise in parliamentary elections (until the Reform Act of 1832)

a (whole) lot: a great deal; very much

Lot-et-Garonne: a department of SW France, in Nouvelle-Aquitaine region. Capital: Agen . Pop: 309 993 (2003 est). Area: 5385 sq km (2100 sq miles)

bad egg: a bad person

woodlot: an area restricted to the growing of trees

all over the lot: spread across a large area or over a wide range of things. The British equivalent of this expression is all over the shop .

get a lot of stick: to be criticized, often in an unfair way, or for something that is not your fault

a/one hell of a lot: If you talk about a hell of a lot of something, or one hell of a lot of something, you mean that there is a large amount of it.

cast in one's lot with: to share in the activities or fortunes of (someone else)

make much of: to make sense of

a fat lot of good/use/help: If you say that something is a fat lot of good or a fat lot of help, you are saying rudely that it is no good or no help at all.

have sth/a lot going for you: If someone or something has a lot going for them, they have a lot of advantages .

throw in your lot with someone: to decide to join someone and to share whatever good or bad things happen to them

to take a lot/it out of sb: If something takes a lot out of you or takes it out of you, it requires a lot of energy or effort and makes you feel very tired and weak afterwards .

bush: A bush is a large plant which is smaller than a tree and has a lot of branches.

a whole lot (or bunch, etc.) of: very many

take it out of: to sap the energy or vitality of

have a lot of irons in the fire: to be involved in several different activities or have several different plans at the same time, so that it is likely that something will succeed even if other things fail

to throw in your lot with someone: If you throw in your lot with a particular person or group, you decide to work with them and support them from then on, whatever happens .

to have no time/a lot of time for sb: If you say that you have no time for a person or thing, you mean you do not like them or approve of them, and if you say that you have a lot of time for a person or thing, you mean you like them or approve of them very much.

take some beating: to be difficult to improve upon

have enough on your plate: to have a lot of work to do or a lot of things to deal with

have enough on one's plate/have a lot on one's plate: If you have enough on your plate or have a lot on your plate, you have a lot of work to do or a lot of things to deal with.

to leave a lot to be desired sth leaves much/a great deal to be desired: If you say that something leaves a lot to be desired, you mean that it is not as good as it should be.

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Однокоренные слова:

lotion - лосьон, примочка, жидкое косметическое средство, спиртной напиток
lotic - проточный, живущий в проточной воде
lotty - Дотти

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