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- (economics) A block of shares of stock that is not a multiple of some number, usually 100.
- (economics) A set of leftover goods, of a quantity less than an evenly divisible shippable unit, often sold at reduced price.
- Everard liked to shop at the stores specializing in odd lots down by the docks, as he was a cheapskate.
- (block of shares): round lot