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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlottolot‧to /ˈlɒtəʊ $ ˈlɑːtoʊ/ noun [countable]  a game used to make money, in which people buy tickets with a series of numbers on them. If their number is picked by chance, they win money or a prize.
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lottoThe state lottery, approved by voters 11 years ago, offers lotto and scratch-off tickets as close as the corner market.
Lotto, thethe LottoLotto, the trademark  the main gambling (gamble) game that part of the UK National Lottery
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