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pockmarked

adjective  us   /ˈpɑkˌmɑrkt/
having small hollows on the skin, esp. on the face: a pockmarked face A surface that is pockmarked has a lot of hollows in it: a pockmarked wall
Translations of “pockmarked”
in Chinese (Traditional) 有麻子的,有痘痕的, 坑坑洞洞的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 有麻子的,有痘痕的, 坑坑洼洼的…
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