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 (kăsh′pŏt′, -pō′)
An ornamental container for a flowerpot.

[French : cacher, to hide; see cache + pot, pot (from Old French, from Vulgar Latin *pottus).]


(ˈkæʃˌpɒt; ˌkæʃˈpəʊ)
an ornamental container for a flowerpot
[French: pot-hider]


(ˈkæʃˌpɒt, -ˌpoʊ)

an ornamental container, as of china or tole, for holding and concealing a flowerpot.
[1870–75; < French: literally, (it) hides (the) pot; see cache, pot1]


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