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"a tot" of a house

Posted by Lewis on July 17, 2003

In Reply to: "A tot" of a house posted by ESC on July 17, 2003

: : What does "'a tot' of a house" mean? The sentence was apparently in referenced to a London dwelling.

: One of my British slang references says "tot" means small regarding a drink. I don't know if that carries over to houses.

'tot' is a noun that means 'a small one' - it is usually used to indicate a small amount of alcoholic spirit or a child.

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