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1. A wide, deep pot with two handles and a lid, typically used for preparing broth or soup.
2. A rich supply or resource.


(Cookery) chiefly Brit a pot in which stock for soup, etc, is made or kept



a pot in which stock for soup, sauces, etc., is made and kept.
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Noun1.stockpot - a pot used for preparing soup stockstockpot - a pot used for preparing soup stock
pot - metal or earthenware cooking vessel that is usually round and deep; often has a handle and lid


[ˈstɒkˌpɒt] n (Culin) → pentola per brodo
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Meanwhile, an entire range of Circulon 2 saucepans, skillets, and stockpots, made of hard-anodized aluminum, use the same nonstick technology, have arched nonslip handles that stay cool during cooking, and are oven-safe up to 350[degrees]F A two-quart covered saucepan, for example, runs about $39.
The company plans to produce 1,584,000 pans, 792,000 stockpots and 264,000 frying pans.
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