pock·et || 'pɑkɪt /'pɒk- n. pouch used to carry objects; sac; saccule; underground deposit of oil v. steal from a pocket; put into a pocket; profit; roll a ball into a hole (Billiards) adj. small; of a pocket, of a pouch

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