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splodgenoun [C]

uk   /splɒdʒ/ us   /splɑːdʒ/ mainly UK informal US usually splotch
a mark or spot that does not have a regular shape: He put his hand on the bed, and left a splodge of blood on the bedspread.
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in Chinese (Simplified) 污渍,污迹…
in Chinese (Traditional) 汙漬,汙跡…
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