all to pot
Phrs. Wrong, messed up. E.g."Our whole holiday went all to pot when Dad got arrested for being drunk."

English slang and colloquialisms. 2014.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • all to pot —  In a confused or unsatisfactory state.  In a condition of mental or physical collapse …   A concise dictionary of English slang

  • Pot Black — was a UK televised snooker tournament that played a large part in the popularisation of the modern game.In the late 1960s the BBC started broadcasting in colour, and were looking for programmes that could exploit this new technology. The game of… …   Wikipedia

  • pot — [ po ] n. m. • 1155; lat. pop. °pottus, potus, o. préceltique 1 ♦ Récipient de ménage, destiné surtout à contenir liquides et aliments. Pot de cuivre, d étain; de faïence, de grès, de porcelaine, de terre. « Un de ces charmants pots d argile… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Pot — may refer to: Containers * Flowerpot, a container for growing plants * Cooking pot * Chamber pot * Pot (poker) * Pot glass, a kind of beer glass * Pot haircut, looking as though someone put a bowl on the head and cut off all the visible hair *… …   Wikipedia

  • Pot washing — is the process of cleaning low to heavily baked on items off of restaurant kitchen food equipment including but not limited to pots, pans, trays, tubs and more.Pot washing is often a heavy sector in restaurants and kitchens, ergonomically a… …   Wikipedia

  • pot — pot1 [pät] n. [ME < OE pott, akin to Du & Fr pot < ML pottus < VL potus, drinking cup < L, a drink < potare: see POTABLE] 1. a round vessel of any size, made of metal, earthenware, or glass, used for holding liquids, cooking or… …   English World dictionary

  • Pot House Hamlet — is a historic former industrial site in Silkstone, South Yorkshire, England.HistoryA glass works was established at Silkstone around 1659 by John Pilmey, who had emigrated from France some years earlier.cite journal |last=Dungworth |first=David… …   Wikipedia

  • pot´ter|ing|ly — pot|ter1 «POT uhr», noun. a person who makes pots, dishes, or vases out of clay. ╂[Old English pottere < pott pot + ere er1] pot|ter2 «POT uhr», intransitive verb, transitive verb. to keep busy in a rather useless way; putter: »She potters… …   Useful english dictionary

  • pot´ter|er — pot|ter1 «POT uhr», noun. a person who makes pots, dishes, or vases out of clay. ╂[Old English pottere < pott pot + ere er1] pot|ter2 «POT uhr», intransitive verb, transitive verb. to keep busy in a rather useless way; putter: »She potters… …   Useful english dictionary

  • pot|ter — pot|ter1 «POT uhr», noun. a person who makes pots, dishes, or vases out of clay. ╂[Old English pottere < pott pot + ere er1] pot|ter2 «POT uhr», intransitive verb, transitive verb. to keep busy in a rather useless way; putter: »She potters… …   Useful english dictionary

Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”