Spot - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- an outstanding characteristic (syn: point)
- a blemish made by dirt (syn: blot, daub, slur, smear, smirch, smudge)
- a small contrasting part of something (syn: dapple, fleck, patch, speckle)
a leopard's spots
- a slight attack of illness (syn: touch)
- a small piece or quantity of something (syn: bit)
- a lamp that produces a strong beam of light to illuminate a restricted area; used to focus attention of a stage performer (syn: spotlight)
- a playing card with a specified number of pips on it to indicate its value
- detect with the senses (syn: discern, distinguish, make out, pick out, recognize)
- mar or impair with a flaw (syn: blemish)
- make a spot or mark onto (syn: blob, blot, fleck)
The wood still has some rough spots.
The chair's original paint is still visible in spots.
He fell through a weak spot in the ice.
The tablecloth had a couple of spots.
There were mud spots on the back of his pants.
I noticed some red spots on my arms.
This looks like a good spot for a picnic.
She spotted a deer in the woods.
The band's lead singer was recently spotted with a well-known actress.
They spotted us five points, and we still lost.
I'm a little short of cash. Can you spot me five bucks?
The official spotted the ball at the 10-yard line.
A few spots of blood were found near the telephone.
His skin was covered in spots.
Two spots of red appeared on her cheeks.
present participle: spotting
past tense: spotted
past participle: spotted
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