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potus

[ poh-tuhs ]
/ ˈpoʊ təs /
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noun, plural po·ti [poh-tahy]. /ˈpoʊ taɪ/.
(in prescriptions) a drink.
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Origin of potus

From the Latin word pōtus

Other definitions for potus (2 of 2)

POTUS
[ poh-tuhs ]
/ ˈpoʊ təs /

noun
President of the United States (a code name used especially by the Secret Service).
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British Dictionary definitions for potus

POTUS
/ (ˈpəʊtəs) /

n acronym for
informal (in the US) President of the United States
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