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Did a lot used to be one word?
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Is a lot a word?
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Yes, the word 'lot' is a noun. The noun 'lot' is a word for: a small area of land used for a particular purpose; a thing or group of things that are to be sold or auctioned; all of a number or amount that you have just mentioned (the lot); a group or set of people or things (a lot); the buildings and the land around them where movies are made; a small object that is used to randomly choose the person who will do or receive something. The noun 'lot' is a word for a thing or things. The word 'lot' also functions as a verb, an indefinite pronoun, and an adverb.
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