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blemish

noun [C]  us   /ˈblem·ɪʃ/
a mark or fault that spoils the appearance of someone or something: Makeup can cover up your skin blemishes. A blemish can also be a mistake or fault: Only one blemish spoiled her school record.
Translations of “blemish”
in Vietnamese thiếu sót…
in Spanish imperfección, mancha, maca…
in Thai ตำหนิ…
in Malaysian cacat…
in French défaut, tache…
in German der Makel…
in Chinese (Traditional) 疤痕, 斑點, 瑕疵…
in Indonesian cacat…
in Russian изъян…
in Turkish leke, iz, yara izi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 疤痕, 斑点, 瑕疵…
in Polish skaza…
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