[pot-swoh-lee; Italian pawt-tswaw-lee] /pɒtˈswoʊ li; Italian pɔtˈtswɔ li/
a seaport in SW Italy, near Naples: Roman ruins.
a port in SW Italy, in Campania on the Gulf of Pozzuoli (an inlet of the Bay of Naples): in a region of great volcanic activity; founded in the 6th century bc by the Greeks. Pop: 78 754 (2001)
[pot-suh-lah-nuh; Italian pawt-tsaw-lah-nah] /ˌpɒt səˈlɑ nə; Italian ˌpɔt tsɔˈlɑ nɑ/ noun 1. a porous variety of volcanic tuff or ash used in making hydraulic cement. /ˌpɒtswəˈlɑːnə/ noun 1. a type of porous volcanic ash used in making hydraulic cements 2. any of various artificial substitutes for this ash used in cements
/ˈpɒzɪ/ noun (pl) pozzies 1. a variant spelling of possie
Radio. 1. . 1. prepositional phrase. 1. pages. 2. past participle. 3. . 4. privately printed. 1. parcel post. 2. parish priest. 3. past participle. 4. . 5. prepaid. 1. parcel post. 2. past participle. 3. per person. 4. . abbreviation 1. past participle 2. (in formal correspondence) per pro 3. privately printed symbol 4. […]
1. parcel post. 2. past participle. 3. per person. 4. . 1. parcel post. 2. parish priest. 3. past participle. 4. . 5. prepaid. Latin per procurationem (by proxy) punctum proximum Latin propria persona (in his own person)