grot

  • 1 Grot — ist der Name folgender Personen: Anton Grot (Geburtsname: Antocz Franziszek Groszewski; 1884–1974), US amerikanischer Art Director und Szenenbildner polnischer Abstammung Denis Grot (* 1984), russisch weißrussischer Eishockeyspieler Guillano Grot …

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  • 2 grot — grot; grot·to; grot·toed; grot·zen; grot·ty; …

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  • 3 grot — I {{/stl 13}}{{stl 8}}rz. mnż I, D. u, Mc. grocie {{/stl 8}}{{stl 7}} ostre, najczęściej metalowe zakończenie drzewca kopii, włóczni, dzidy, lancy, oszczepu, strzały itp.; także: strzała : {{/stl 7}}{{stl 10}}Trójkątny, płaski grot. Grot z… …

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  • 4 Grot — (gr[o^]t), n. [F. grotte, It. grotta. See {Grotto}.] A grotto. [Poetic] Milton. [1913 Webster] …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 5 Grot — Grot, Grote Grote (gr[=o]t), n. A groat. [Obs.] Chaucer. [1913 Webster] …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 6 Grot — was the fictional company founded by Reginald Perrin in the television series The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin . A last gesture of defiance at the world, Perrin envisaged Grot as a company selling items that were deliberately useless machines …

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  • 7 grot|to — «GROT oh», noun, plural toes or tos. 1. a cave or cavern, especially one that is picturesque or that forms an agreeable retreat. 2. an artificial cave made for coolness and pleasure. ╂[< Italian grotta, earlier grotto < Latin crypta <… …

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  • 8 grot|ty — «GROT ee», adjective, ti|er, ti|est. British Slang. dreary; dull: »They live in bed sitters…and their rooms are so grotty they just can t bear to stay in (Manchester Guardian Weekly). ╂[alteration of grotesque, perhaps influenced by …

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  • 9 Grot — Grot, 1) Silberscheide u. Rechnungsmünze in Bremen 4 Pfennige Cour., 72 = 1 Thaler Gold, s.u. Bremen (Geogr.); 2) G. (Flämisch), früher eingebildete Münze in Hamburg, namentlich beim Zuckerhandel gleich 1/2 Schilling Banco gerechnet …

    Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • 10 Grot — Grot, 1) Jakow Karlowitsch, russ. Sprachforscher, geb. 27. (15.) Dez. 1812 in Petersburg, gest. daselbst 5. Juni (24. Mai) 1893, erhielt seine Bildung im Lyzeum in Zarskoje Selo und trat 1832 als Beamter in die Kanzlei des Ministerkomitees, bald… …

    Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • 11 Grot — Grot, Münze, s. Groten …

    Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • 12 grot — /grot/, n. Chiefly Literary. a grotto. [1500 10; < F grotte < It grotta; see GROTTO] * * * …

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  • 13 grot — short for GROTTO (Cf. grotto), c.1500; perhaps from or influenced by Fr. grotte …

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  • 14 grot — ► NOUN Brit. informal ▪ something unpleasant, dirty, or of poor quality; rubbish. ORIGIN from GROTTY(Cf. ↑grotty) …

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  • 15 grot — [grät] n. [Fr grotte < It grotta] Old Poet. a grotto …

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  • 16 grot — n British a. dirt, squalor, unpleasantness. Although this word was a back formation from the adjective grotty , it no longer reflects that word s origin in grotesque . ► I can t go on living among all this grot. b. a dirty, slovenly or… …

    Contemporary slang

  • 17 grot — I. /grɒt/ (say grot) noun Poetic a grotto. {French grotte, from Italian grotta. See grotto} II. /grɒt/ (say grot) noun Colloquial 1. filth. 2. a person who dresses or behaves in an unacceptable way. {backformation from …

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  • 18 grót — a m (ọ̑) lijaku podobna priprava, v katero se kaj stresa, zlasti pri preprostejšem mlinu: nasuti zrnje v grot; grot pri sejalnici …

    Slovar slovenskega knjižnega jezika

  • 19 grot — I m IV, D. u, Ms. grocie; lm M. y 1. «ostre zakończenie (ostrze) różnych rodzajów broni drzewcowej: włóczni, kopii, dzidy, lancy oraz strzały; także cała strzała» Ostry, stalowy grot. 2. łow. «zakończenie odnogi poroża kozła sarny skierowane ku… …

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  • 20 grot — Noun. 1. Dirt, rubbish. E.g. Shall we clear out all the grot in the attic and convert it into a spare bedroom. 2. A contemptible person. 3. Sweets, confectionary. Runcorn use …

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