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  1. spot

    • IPA[spɒt]

    英式

    • n.
      a small round or roundish mark, differing in colour or texture from the surface around it;a small mark or stain
    • v.
      see, notice, or recognize (someone or something) that is difficult to detect or that one is searching for;recognize that (someone) has a particular talent, especially for sport or show business
    • noun: spot, plural noun: spots

    • verb: spot, 3rd person present: spots, gerund or present participle: spotting, past tense: spotted, past participle: spotted

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    • 片語
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a small round or roundish mark, differing in colour or texture from the surface around it:

      ladybirds have black spots on their red wing covers

    • 2. a small mark or stain:

      a spot of mildew on the wall

    • 3. a pimple.
    • 4. a blemish on someone's character or reputation.
    • 5. a pip on a domino, playing card, or dice.
    • 6. a particular place or point:

      a nice secluded spot

      an ideal picnic spot

    • 7. a small feature or part of something with a particular quality:

      his bald spot

      his campaign has hit a rough spot

    • 8. short for penalty spot
    • 9. a ranking:

      the runner-up spot

    • 10. a place for an individual item within a show:

      she couldn't do her usual singing spot in the club

    • 11. a small amount of something:

      a spot of rain

      a spot of bother flared up

    • 12. a small alcoholic drink:

      may I offer you a spot?

    • 13. denoting a system of trading in which commodities or currencies are delivered and paid for immediately after a sale:

      trading in the spot markets

      the current spot price

    • 14. short for spotlight
    • 15. a board for working plaster before application.
    • 16. a banknote of a specified value:

      a ten-spot

    • 17. a bar or other drinking establishment (usually in a private home in a township) that operates without an official permit:

      her father was at the spot with his friends

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. see, notice, or recognize (someone or something) that is difficult to detect or that one is searching for:

      Andrew spotted the advert in the paper

      the men were spotted by police

    • 2. recognize that (someone) has a particular talent, especially for sport or show business:

      we were spotted by a talent scout

    • 3. observe and note the details of (a certain class of thing) as a hobby:

      some people collect stamps or spot trains

    • 4. locate an enemy's position, typically from the air:

      they were spotting for enemy aircraft

    • 5. (in weight training, gymnastics, etc.) observe (a performer) in order to minimize the risk of accidents or injuries.
    • 6. mark or become marked with spots:

      the velvet was spotted with stains

    • 7. cover (a surface or area) thinly:

      thorn trees spotted the land

    • 8. stain or sully the moral character or qualities of:

      they might be spotted merely with the errors introduced by Luther

    • 9. rain slightly:

      it was still spotting with rain

    • 10. place (a ball) on its designated starting point on a billiard table.
    • 11. give or lend (money) to (someone):

      I'll spot you $300

    • 12. allow (an advantage) to (someone) in a game or sport:

      the higher-rated team spots the lower-rated team the difference in their handicaps

    • adj. marked or decorated with spots:

    • a red spotted handkerchief

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    • adj. marked or decorated with spots:

    • a red spotted handkerchief

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    • n. the point of entry of the optic nerve on the retina, insensitive to light.

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    • n. the point of entry of the optic nerve on the retina, insensitive to light.

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    • n. A mole or birthmark.

    • n.
      a test made without warning on a randomly selected subject:
    • I made a spot check on each engine
    • v.
      subject (someone or something) to a random test:
    • releases into the water of radionuclides are usually spot-checked rather than continuously monitored

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    • n. a place known for its beautiful scenery.

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    • n.
      a test made without warning on a randomly selected subject:
    • I made a spot check on each engine
    • v.
      subject to a spot check:
    • releases into the water of radionuclides are usually spot-checked rather than continuously monitored

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    • IPA[spät]

    美式

    • n.
      a small round or roundish mark, differing in color or texture from the surface around it:
    • ladybugs have black spots on their red wing covers
    • v.
      see, notice, or recognize (someone or something) that is difficult to detect or that one is searching for:
    • Andrew spotted the ad in the paper

      the men were spotted by police

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