The Collaborative International Dictionary
Cot \Cot\ (k[o^]t), n. [AS. cot cottage, bedchamber; or cf. OF. coite, F. couette (E. quilt), LL. cottum, cottus, mattress. See Cot a cottage.] A sleeping place of limited size; a little bed; a cradle; a piece of canvas extended by a frame, used as a bed. [Written also cott.]
The Cott Corporation is a supplier of private label carbonated soft drinks distributing to Canada, the United States, Mexico, the United Kingdom, and Europe. In addition to producing private-label beverages for retailers, Cott also has portfolio of its own brands, including Cott, RC (excluding the United States, where it is part of Dr Pepper Snapple Group), Ben Shaws, Stars & Stripes, Vintage and Vess soft drinks, ready-to-drink teas, sparkling and flavoured waters, sports and energy drinks, juice drinks and smoothies. Newer Cott brands include Orient Emporium, GL-7, Red Rain Energy and After Shock Energy.
Usage examples of "cott".
I knew that he would consider Linda a distraction, and seeing her with Van Cott had irritated him.
As far as I was concerned, Van Cott could use all the distractions he could get.
An auburn-haired girl stood up in the third row, the same one who had gotten the better of Van Cott at orientation.
I had nothing against dedication, but Van Cott was shouting his to the world.
As the lecture hall began to empty, Van Cott turned to me and grinned.
As Kate stood in front of the cott ge, her shoulders sagged in disappointment.