potting soil

noun

Definition of potting soil

US
:a mixture of dirt and other substances that people use when placing plants in pots

Word by Word Definitions

pot play potting
  1. : a usually rounded metal or earthen container used chiefly for domestic purposes (as in cooking or for holding liquids or growing plants)

  2. : potful

  3. : an enclosed framework of wire, wood, or wicker for catching fish or lobsters

  1. : to place in a pot

  2. : to pack or preserve (something, such as cooked and chopped meat) in a sealed pot, jar, or can often with aspic

  3. : to shoot with a potshot

  1. : marijuana

soil play
  1. : to stain or defile morally : corrupt

  2. : to make unclean especially superficially : dirty

  3. : to blacken or taint (something, such as a person's reputation) by word or deed

  1. : soilage, stain

  2. : moral defilement : corruption

  3. : something that spoils or pollutes: such as

  1. : firm land : earth

  2. : the upper layer of earth that may be dug or plowed and in which plants grow

  3. : the superficial unconsolidated and usually weathered part of the mantle of a planet and especially of the earth

  1. : to feed (livestock) in the barn or an enclosure with fresh grass or green food


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