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something risked on an uncertain outcome

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metal or earthenware cooking vessel that is usually round and deep

the quantity contained in a pot

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a container in which plants are cultivated

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the cumulative amount involved in a game (such as poker)

a resistor with three terminals, the third being an adjustable center terminal

plant in a pot

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I made two big breaks and even though the balls were open you've still got to pot the balls but I actually felt like I was going to pot them," said Williams.
I AM more than ever convinced this country is going to pot.
Produced by Danger Mouse, the ska-tinged and gloomy collection includes the single Kingdom Of Doom, a Kinks-like ode to British society going to pot, as anti-Iraq campaigner Albarn sings: "Drink all day cos the country is at war.
I went to shake hands with Mark King because I wasn't going to pot the black.
But I wasn't going to pot it, not for pounds 4,000 - pounds 25,000 would have REBEL been nice, at least you can go on holiday.