English version

the lot

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe lotthe lotespecially British EnglishALL/EVERYTHING the whole of an amount or number of things, people etc We’ll do everything – cooking, washing, ironing – the lot. I can’t believe you ate the whole lot. I think that’s the lot (=everything is included).the lot of you/them/us (=all of you, them, or us) Shut up, the lot of you! lot
Examples from the Corpus
the lotJanine bought four cream cakes, but her friends didn't turn up for dinner so she ate the lot herself.I left my purse with my cheque book and car keys on the kitchen table and thieves broke in and stole the lot.
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