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spot

noun [C]
 
 
/spɒt/
ROUND MARK B1 a small, round mark which is a different colour to the surface it is on
benek, nokta, leke
a blue shirt with white spots I noticed a small spot of oil on my jacket.Dirt and untidinessPatterns and shapes
SKIN UK ( US pimple) an unpleasant, small, red mark on your skin
leke, sivilce, ben
He suffered badly with spots as a teenager.Skin complaints and blemishes
PLACE B2 a place
yer, mahal
We found a good spot to sit and have our picnic.Places and locationsUnpleasant places
a spot of sth UK old-fashioned a small amount of something
azıcık, biraz
a spot of lunch/shoppingSmall in number and quantity
on the spot immediately
derhal, hemencecik, şipşak
I accepted the job on the spot.Immediately
in the place where something happens
yerinde, mahallinde, oracıkta
The police were called and they were on the spot within three minutes.Places and locationsUnpleasant places
→  See also beauty spot , blind spot , have a soft spot for sb , put sb on the spot
(Definition of spot noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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