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blotch

noun [C usually plural] uk   /blɒtʃ/  us   /blɑːtʃ/
a mark that is not regular in shape, for example on a person's skin: Her face was covered in purple blotches.
blotchy
adjective uk   /ˈblɒtʃ.i/  us   /ˈblɑː.tʃi/
He'd been crying and his face was all blotchy.
Translations of “blotch”
in Vietnamese vết…
in Spanish mancha, erupción…
in Thai จุดหรือแต้ม…
in Malaysian tompok merah…
in French tache…
in German der Ausschlag…
in Chinese (Traditional) (皮膚等上的)斑點,汙跡…
in Indonesian bercak, jerawat…
in Russian покраснение…
in Turkish leke…
in Chinese (Simplified) (皮肤等上的)斑点,污迹…
in Polish plama…
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