begot begot  /bi ˈɡɔt/


  • (v) make children


  1. A little capital begot more capital; a little expansion begot more expansion.
  2. Author Jarman, 38, was herself begot in the quiet pottery town of Worcester, north of London.
  3. As the first Persian Gulf War begot CNN so did Monica Lewinsky's pouty lips beget Fox News.


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