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us   /ˈmɑt·əld/
marked with areas of different colors in an irregular pattern: mottled skin
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Translations of “mottled”
in Spanish moteado, jaspeado, con manchas…
in Vietnamese lốm đốm…
in Malaysian bercapuk-capuk…
in Thai ซึ่งเป็นรอย…
in French tacheté…
in German gesprenkelt…
in Chinese (Simplified) 杂色的, 斑驳的…
in Turkish benekli, alacalı bulacalı…
in Russian крапчатый, испещренный…
in Indonesian berbintik-bintik…
in Chinese (Traditional) 雜色的, 斑駁的…
in Polish cętkowany…
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