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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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b) Arsene Wenger's judgement has gone to pot and Thomas Vermaelen should have been the first name on his team sheet.
This country has really gone to pot Nowonder so many people smoke it, We elected these fools to run the place But the same fools are going to choke it
GEORGE Michael's memory has gone to pot but he's come up with a not-so-dopey plan to help him recall his wild past.
Our British legal system has gone to pot - if this guy had appeared in court here accused of the same crimes, he would probably be given 200 hours community service and a severe slap on the wrist S.
Mr Gleeson's daughter Allison McLean, who was following in her car, said: "I think the police have gone to pot.
In the countryside we know farming has gone to pot over the past decade.
My goodness, Cynthia, the Ayr Flower Show has fairly gone to pot.