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Correct spelling:
lot
Definition:
Laser-Optic Technology

What does the acronym lot stand for?

LOT abbreviation definitions:
–  Limited Operational Test
–  Left Occiput Transverse

Synonyms:

noun
a great deal
much, wealth, world, barrel, profusion, power, big, abundance.
allotment
measure, division, budget, ration, parcel, assignment, proportion, portion, commission, allowance, allotment, apportionment, allocation, percentage, share, split, dispensation, stake, segment, slice, partition, stipend, part, quota, piece, quantum, chunk.
amount
tidy sum, aplenty, extent, messes, SLATS, slat, sum, set-back, out lay, tons, ton, set backs, quantity, mucho, product.
bundle
pallets, pallet.
chance
peradventure, even chance, luck out, way the cookie crumbles, future, toss up, in the cards, throw of the dice, tossup, heads or tails, way cookie crumbles, turn of the cards.
character
stamp.
circumstance
Exigencies, time, where it's at, supervention, phase.
circumstances
way of life, worldly goods, Dowries, income, situations, financial status, dowry.
collection
mobilizations, mobilization, obtainings, bringing together, medley.
crew
working party, retinue.
destiny
doom.
entirety
Everything.
fate, destiny
fortune, chance, doom, karma, breaks, Wheel of fortune, plight, accident, foreordination, predestination, run of luck, decree, way cookie crumbles, break, moirai, hazard, kismet, hand one is dealt, circumstance.
gob
protuberan.
heritage
Heritance, Heirship.
location
lot.
lot
fortune, circumstances, wad, peck, whole lot, deal, raft, tidy sum, great deal, band, good deal, portion, whole slew, distribute, mete out, slew, batch, administer, dispense, draw, muckle, stack, set, mint, plenty, pile, parcel out, allot, flock, fate, luck, heap, dole out, shell out, deal out, quite a little, circle, spate, caboodle, dish out, mass, sight, mickle, hatful, mess, bunch, destiny.
lump
wedge, Knurl, handfuls, tumescence, solids, knurls, gob.
number
zillion, umpteen, Manifoldness, zillions, numbers.
package
tin, biddle, TINS.
park
parkland, village green, pleasure garden, lawn, recreation area, parklands, forest.
person
lot.
piece of property
patch, portion, division, parcel, piece, allotment, apportionment, percentage, part, tract, frontage, plat, clearing, block, plot, acreage, real estate, property, area, field.
portion
cut, stock, compartment, fraction, zone, subdivision, member, bit, interest, helping, dividend, half, sector.
portion, share
cut, quota, ration, bite, slice, take, allowance.
predicament
hang up, soup, soups, rough go, tall order ticklish spot tight situation trouble, large order, hangup, predicaments, predicament.
quantity, often large
conglomeration, great deal, body, clump, aggregate, assortment, barrel, pack, number, mess, much, ocean, heap, conglomerate, mass, load, oodles, bunch, multiplicity, clutch, group, plenty, order, set, crowd, cluster, stacks, stack, bundle, abundance, plenitude, amplitude, consignment, scores, pile, aggregation, batch, requisition, push, collection, REAMS, circle.
region
circuit, town, tract, neighborhood, canton, area, riding, beat, kingdom, colony, domain, district, empire, state, earldom, country, locality, field, province, municipality, nation, plot, dukedom, precinct, duchy, borough, county, region, shire, quarter, realm, territory, place, city, bailiwick, commonweal.
verb
social
lot.
Examples of usage:
  1. Now that you're going to live right here in this house, my dear, seems to me it would be a lot pleasanter to know that those who were here before you were just good, kind folks that had made a mistake. – An Alabaster Box by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman and Florence Morse Kingsley
  2. I like you, Peter, and I like you a lot. – The Prairie Mother by Arthur Stringer
  3. You have done me a lot of good. – K by Mary Roberts Rinehart
  4. There's a lot wrong. – The Galaxy Primes by Edward Elmer Smith
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