Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Pot"

The meaning of "Pot" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I smoke pot mean?
A: To smoke weed, marijuana
Q: What does "I messed up the pots" mean?
A: pots are utensils used when cooking, so I guess they were cooking and the pots aren't clean anymore.
Q: What does A little pot is soon hot. Please,explain me the meaning of the proverb mean?
A:  A small person is easily roused to anger.
Q: What does stir the pot mean?
A: @Astrrrid: to bring drama

she stir the pot again here we go with the drama🙊🙉👀 be prepared
Q: What does pot's answer mean?
A: it means there is a marijuana (pot) version of the e-cigarette

Example sentences using "Pot"

Q: Please show me example sentences with A watched pot never boils .
A: *When you're waiting eagerly for something, time never seems to pass quickly and it takes forever.

*It was the last day at school before the summer break and the last period seemed so long. As they say, a watched pot never boils.

*He eagerly waited for the post man, and even grew impatient at times, a watched pot never boils.

*The photographer waited for the lion to wake up, but as a pot on watch never boils, so he gave up.
Q: Please show me example sentences with Sweeten the pot.
A: My das wanted to buy a new car. The model he wanted was a bit too expensive in his mind. So, the salesman sweetened the pot by promosing he will throw in a reverse camera for free.
Q: Please show me example sentences with Stir the pot .
A: "Stop asking her for more details about the fight. You're just going to stir the pot."

"You know if you keep instigating it's only going to stir the pot."
Q: Please show me example sentences with stir the pot.
A: "I told her not to start any trouble, but she just had to stir the pot."

Synonyms of "Pot" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between The tall pot tipped over and The tall pot fell over ?
A: 'Tipped over' means it became unbalanced, that it started to lean too far over and then it fell because of that. So 'tipped over' is a specific way that it fell over.

'fell over' is just general, so it could have fallen for any reason.
Q: What is the difference between pot and stewpot ?
A: Yes it is a more general item to use. They can however pots are cheaper then stew pots and they weigh less so people only usually use it for stews however you are not wrong they can be used for others things aswell.
A stew pot has two large handles at the sides and a small circular handles on the lid~
Q: What is the difference between pot and urn ?
A: The word for a container for flowers or plants is "vase" (花瓶) ^w^
I searched this image and the results said "urn", but I thought that was strange. When I hear "urn", I always think of ashes.
"Pot" is usually for cooking or storage, "urn" is for ashes, and "vase" is for flowers. That's the basic distinction. ^w^
Q: What is the difference between pot and pan ?
A: A pot generally has greater depth than a pan and is round like a circle. A pan is usually more shallow than a pot and can be in any shape such as a square. 😄
Q: What is the difference between I found an old pot buried in the ground and I found an old pot being buried in the ground ?
A: First example is past tense, second example is present tense. First example: they've done it already, and you discovered the pot after the fact. Second example: you've caught them in the act.

Translations of "Pot"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? pot de vin
A: I think 'ne' is a typing error, right? and in that case, you can just write "wine."
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? hot pot这个说法地道么?是火锅的意思么?
A: I know 'asian style hot pot' from my travels to Taiwan, but I think most UK people will think of a stew when hotpot is mentioned. For example: Lancashire Hot Pot.

Lancashire hotpot is a stew originating from Lancashire in the North West of England. It consists of lamb or mutton and onion, topped with sliced potatoes and baked in a heavy pot on a low heat.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? pot de fleurs
A: flower pot
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 1. a pot of bread 2. a loaf of bread - which one is correct?
A: a loaf of bread
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? the pot calls the kettle black
A: @pgarath:

Other questions about "Pot"

Q: I scrubbed a pot by a scrubbing brush. does this sound natural?
A: "I scrubbed a pot with a scrubbing brush."
Q: I bought a pot of clotted cream for scones.
Although, I ate up the scones, there is still the clotted cream left.
However, I don't know the foods which go well with clotted cream except for scones.
Could you tell me what foods go well with them?
A: Here are some different ideas for using clotted cream:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/food/clotted_cream

I think most places where you can use thick cream would be OK.
Q: The pots speak of the distinctive nature of Japanese culture that often stresses that despite change much remains the same.

I don't know what this means and even the structure.

What does each "that" mean?
A: "The pots (pottery) represent how japanese culture is. Even if it changes, japanese culture remains the same".
"that" is an adverb. here is used to put the sentence together.
Q: Once the pot becomes hot enough, please slip the beef tallow into it. does this sound natural?
A: "Once the pot becomes hot enough, add the beef tallow." What you said isn't incorrect, but by being less specific you can sound more natural. Using "please" also seems unnecessary, but I can't tell you whether it is or not for sure because I don't know the context of the situation.
Q: That's a pot calling a kettle???.
A: Lol! He says "taupe", "light brown". The character is so stupid he can't say the idiom correctly, or maybe they both wear taupe a lot. That's why the audience laughs after he says it.

Meanings and usages of similar words and phrases

Latest words

pot

HiNative is a platform for users to exchange their knowledge about different languages and cultures. We cannot guarantee that every answer is 100% accurate.

Newest Questions
Topic Questions
Recommended Questions