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pot·ted

 (pŏt′ĭd)
adj.
1.
a. Placed in a pot: potted candles.
b. Grown in a pot: potted plants.
2. Preserved in a pot, can, or jar: potted meat.
3. Informal Presenting information in a simplified or abridged form: a potted history of Britain.
4. Recorded or taped for repeated use: potted music.
5. Unoriginal or hackneyed: potted prose.
6. Slang Drunk or intoxicated.

potted

(ˈpɒtɪd)
adj
1. (Botany) placed or grown in a pot
2. (Cookery) cooked or preserved in a pot: potted shrimps.
3. informal summarized or abridged: a potted version of a novel.

pot•ted

(ˈpɒt ɪd)

adj.
1. transplanted into or grown in a pot.
2. Slang. drunk.
3. Brit. concise and superficial: potted biographies.
[1640–50]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.potted - of plants; planted or grown in a pot; "potted geraniums"
unpotted - not planted in pots
2.potted - preserved in a pot or can or jar; "potted meat"; "potted shrimp"
preserved - prevented from decaying or spoiling and prepared for future use
3.potted - (British informal) summarized or abridged; "a potted version of a novel"
colloquialism - a colloquial expression; characteristic of spoken or written communication that seeks to imitate informal speech
Britain, Great Britain, U.K., UK, United Kingdom, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland - a monarchy in northwestern Europe occupying most of the British Isles; divided into England and Scotland and Wales and Northern Ireland; `Great Britain' is often used loosely to refer to the United Kingdom
abridged - (used of texts) shortened by condensing or rewriting; "an abridged version"

potted

adjective
1. Slang. Stupefied, excited, or muddled with alcoholic liquor:
Informal: cockeyed, stewed.
Idioms: drunk as a skunk, half-seas over, high as a kite, in one's cups, three sheets in the wind.
2. Slang. Stupefied, intoxicated, or otherwise influenced by the taking of drugs:
Informal: doped.
Translations
مَحْفوظ في عُلَب، مُعَلَّبمَحْفوظ في وِعاءمُخْتَصَر
konzervovanýstručnýv květináči
forkortethenkogt
niîursoîinnpotta-styttur, samandreginn
v kvetináči
kısakonserveözetlenmişsaksıya dikilmiş

potted

[ˈpɒtɪd] ADJ
1. [food] → conservado en tarros; [plant] → en tiesto, en maceta
2. (= shortened) [history, version] → resumido

potted

[ˈpɒtɪd] adj
[food] → en conserve
[plant] → en pot
(fig) (= shortened) [guide, version, history] → abrégé(e)

potted

adj
meateingemacht; fisheingelegt; potted flower/plant/palmTopfblume f/-pflanze f/-palme f
(= shortened) history, biographygekürzt, zusammengefasst; he gave me a potted version of the filmer erzählte mir in kurzen Worten, wovon der Film handelte

potted

[ˈpɒtɪd] adj
a. (fish, meat) → conservato/a in vaso; (plant) → in vaso
b. (fig) (shortened) → condensato/a

pot

(pot) noun
any one of many kinds of deep container used in cooking, for holding food, liquids etc or for growing plants. a cooking-pot; a plant-pot; a jam-pot; The waiter brought her a pot of tea.
verbpast tense, past participle ˈpotted
to plant in a pot.
ˈpotted adjective
1. (of food) pressed into a pot or jar in order to preserve it. potted meat.
2. contained in a pot. a potted plant.
3. brief; summarized. a potted history of Britain.
ˈpothole noun
1. a hole or cave made in rock by the action of swirling water.
2. a hole worn in a road-surface.
ˈpot-shot noun
an easy or casual shot that doesn't need careful aim. He took a pot-shot at a bird on the fence.
take pot luck
to take whatever happens to be available, eg as an unexpected guest at a meal-time.
References in classic literature ?
Here was the headquarters of Durham's Pure Leaf Lard, of Durham's Breakfast Bacon, Durham's Canned Beef, Potted Ham, Deviled Chicken, Peerless Fertilizer!
The Professor, unabashed, seized the nearest Indian by the shoulder and proceeded to lecture upon him as if he were a potted specimen in a class-room.
Did you notice that you were sitting near to a sort of jungle of potted palms?
it won't take us long to do the cooking--biscuit and potted meat?
They all had potted meats and such like, which they had brought in their play-boxes; and some had 'extras,' eggs or bacon, upon which Mr.
Then George found half a tin of potted salmon, and he emptied that into the pot.