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Turkish translation of “spotty”

spotty

adjective
 
 
/ˈspɒti/
SKIN UK having a lot of unpleasant, small, red marks on your skin
sivilceli
a spotty young man with greasy hairSkin complaints and blemishes
PATTERN UK with a pattern of round marks
benek benek, lekeli
a spotty dressPatterns and shapes
NOT GOOD/REGULAR US ( UK patchy) If an action, quality, supply, etc is spotty, it is not all good or regular.
düzensiz, iyi değil, eksik, parça parça
Sales of tickets for the concert have been spotty.Not good enough
(Definition of spotty from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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