A large quantity or number; a great deal. (noun) एक बड़ी मात्रा या संख्या; बहुत बड़ा।
To allot; to sort; to apportion. (verb) आवंटित करने के लिए; सुलझाने के लिए; बाँटने के लिए।
Examples of word lot
A lot of manufacturers and models mean a *lot* of people to please, especially if it keeps up this pace of gaining market share chris_j_wright48
If it helps them get a lot more traffic and sell a * lot* more product, a whole industry will spring up around just * helping* them use it.
As they start researching, the details of the picture come together for the reader, who wonders why the heck they don't get it a lot sooner and run away to Australia (as if that might make their lives any safer -- Max has a _lot_ of money and no ethics at all).
One reason I created this journal is because I've met a lot of people - and I mean a *lot* - of people who don't feel fulfilled with what Christianity, or whatever mainstream religion they're with, presents them with.
When there isn't a lot of organizational overhead to obtaining resources, app developers will -- surprise -- use more resources -- a * lot* more resources.
For users of a lot of data, time means money and USB2 costs us a * lot* more time!
Then Fabrice came to my house and we worked a lot, I mean * a lot*, together in exhausting but very exciting big work sessions.
"[Y] ou're going to be hearing a lot from me over the next 9 weeks. our plan is to turn off basic authorization on the API by June 30, 2010 -- developers will have to switch over to OAuth by that time. between now and then, there will be a * lot* of information coming along with tips on how to use OAuth Echo, xAuth, etc. we really want to make this transition as easy as we can for everybody," Raffi Krikorian, from the Twitter Platform Team, wrote.