[luh-tof-uh-jahy] /ləˈtɒf əˌdʒaɪ/
plural noun, Classical Mythology.
[loh-tuh s] /ˈloʊ təs/ noun 1. . Language Of Temporal Ordering Specification
[lot] /lɒt/ noun 1. one of a set of objects, as straws or pebbles, drawn or thrown from a container to decide a question or choice by chance. 2. the casting or drawing of such objects as a method of deciding something: to choose a person by lot. 3. the decision or choice made by […]
adjective lots of; a lot of Examples need lotsa love Word Origin 1927; contraction Usage Note slang adjective Lots of: needs lotsa attention (1927+)
- Lots of luck
interjection A rueful and ironicway of wishing someone success when it is obviously impossible: Vance played a key part in negotiating the Camp David agreements on the Middle East, but lots of luck in getting him to say so/ Looking for a lady loan shark? Good luck; mob jobs remain male turf [the first form […]