Noun: пятно место спот пятнышко
Adjective: местный наличный имеющийся на складе
Verb: определить увидеть определять позорить


to burn spot in screen - прожигать экран кинескопа

to make spot check - проверять выборочно

spot of grease - жирное пятно

plague spot of sin and imperfection - клеймо греха и несовершенства

paint remover, spot remover - пятновыводитель

to get out / remove a spot - выводить пятно

to leave / make a spot - посадить пятно

the only spot on the family name - единственное позорное пятно на репутации семьи

a bold spot - плешь

on this particular spot - именно на этом месте

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a lonely spot in the woods - укромное место в лесу

You have a spot on your tie. - У вас пятно на галстуке.

It is spotting with rain. - Идёт мелкий дождь.

She called and he froze on the spot. - Она окликнула его, и он застыл на месте.

I spotted a few winners. (E. J. Goodman) - Я угадал нескольких победителей.

I noticed some red spots on my arms. - Я заметила какие-то красные пятна на руках.

Blood is spotted on to filter paper. - Капля крови наносится на фильтровальную бумагу.

She spotted a deer in the woods. - Она заметила оленя в лесу

It was an ideal spot for a vacation. - Это было идеальное место для отпуска.

This dress spots quickly. - Это платье быстро пачкается.

I spotted a police car behind us. - Я заметил /засёк/ позади нас полицейскую машину.

Do you suppose this is the exact spot? - Ты думаешь, что это то самое место?

Fix your eyes on this spot. - Вглядитесь в это пятно.

an idyllic spot for a picnic - идеальное место для пикника

Do you fancy a spot of lunch? - Как насчёт пообедать?

His skin was covered in spots. - Его кожа была покрыта сыпью.

The tablecloth had a couple of spots. - На скатерти была пара пятен.

Press your thumb on this spot. - Прижмите к этому месту свой большой палец.

a bright spot on a planet - яркое пятно на планете

The police got to know him, he became spotted. - Полиция узнала про него, и теперь его разыскивают.

How about a spot of lunch? - Не пообедать ли?

The wine spotted the tablecloth. - От вина на скатерти остались пятна.

a teenager with spots on his face - подросток с прыщами на лице

a bald spot on the lawn - лысое пятно (без травы) на газоне

He spotted me two points. - Он дал мне два очка форы.

He stayed glued to one spot. - Он застыл на месте, как вкопанный.

He cut the material at the spot. - Он разрезал материал прямо на месте.

He nailed down a spot at Harvard. - Ему удалось получить местечко /устроиться/ в Гарварде.

There was a big damp spot on the wall. - На стене было большое влажное пятно.

He had to make a decision on the spot. - Ему пришлось принять решение на месте.

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Связанные термины:

G-spot: an area in the front wall of the vagina which is alleged to produce an extremely intense orgasm when stimulated

spot ad: a brief advertisement broadcast in a programme break

spot-on: Spot-on means exactly correct or accurate.

age spot: Spots on a person's skin are small lumps or marks.

bald spot: You can refer to a particular place as a spot .

cold spot: an area where house prices are stable and properties are slow to sell

dead spot: See blind spot (sense 4 )

five-spot: (in the US) a five-dollar bill

flat spot: a region of poor acceleration over a narrow range of throttle openings, caused by a weak mixture in the carburettor

high spot: The high spot of an event or activity is the most exciting or enjoyable part of it.

hot spot: You can refer to an exciting place where there is a lot of activity or entertainment as a hot spot .

leaf spot: any of various plant diseases, usually caused by fungi : characterized by dark lesions on the leaves

not-spot: a place where wireless internet, esp broadband, services are not available

Red Spot: a large long-lived oval feature, south of Jupiter's equator, that is an anticyclonic disturbance in the atmosphere

slow spot: an area where only a relatively slow broadband internet connection service is available

soft spot: a sentimental fondness (esp in the phrase have a soft spot for )

spot ball: a small mark on a surface, such as a circular patch or stain, differing in colour or texture from its surroundings

spot cash: an amount of money paid immediately in cash

spot fine: a fine imposed immediately, without further legal process

spot kick: a free kick at the goal from a point ( penalty spot ) within the penalty area and 12 yards (about 11 m) from the goal, with only the goalkeeper allowed to defend it: awarded to the attacking team after a foul within the penalty area by a member of the defending team

spot pass: a pass of the ball, puck, etc. to a prearranged spot at which the receiver is expected to arrive at the same time as the ball, puck, etc.

spot rate: in a foreign currency transaction, the rate of exchange at which the transaction will be made on a specified date

spot test: an informal test run without elaborate preparation in order to obtain an immediate sample response

spot-weld: to join (two pieces of metal, esp in the form of wire or sheet ) by one or more small circular welds by means of heat, usually electrically generated, and pressure

two-spot: a card with two pips ; two; deuce

weak spot: some aspect of a character or situation that is susceptible to criticism

beauty spot: A beauty spot is a place in the country that is popular because of its beautiful scenery .

black spot: If you describe a place, time, or part of a situation as a black spot, you mean that it is particularly bad or likely to cause problems .

blind spot: If you say that someone has a blind spot about something, you mean that they seem to be unable to understand it or to see how important it is.

brown spot: a disease of many plants, characterized by irregular, brownish lesions on the fruit and foliage and by stem cankers, caused by any of several fungi, as Ceratophorum setosum or Cephalosporium apii

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ideal spot: You can refer to a particular place as a spot .

liver spot: a dark brown skin spot, usually caused by sun exposure

picnic spot: an attractive place for picnics

quiet spot: You can refer to a particular place as a spot .

spot check: If someone carries out a spot check, they examine one thing from a group in order to make sure that it is satisfactory .

spot fixing: the act of deliberately engineering an outcome within a sporting contest without attempting to alter the outcome of the contest itself

spot height: a mark on a map indicating the height of a hill, mountain, etc

spot market: a market in which commodities, currencies, or securities are traded for immediate delivery

spot meter: a light meter that takes a reading from a small precise area of the subject being photographed

spot plate: a flat ceramic or plastic plate containing small wells on which spot tests are made

spot price: the price of goods, currencies, or securities that are offered for immediate delivery and payment

spot survey: a survey taken immediately and at random

sweet spot: the centre area of a racket, golf club, etc, from which the cleanest shots are made

tight spot: a serious, difficult, or dangerous situation

yellow spot: → macula lutea

penalty spot: a point within the penalty area and 12 yards (about 11 m) from the goal, from which a penalty kick may be taken

perfect spot: You can refer to a particular place as a spot .

spot lighting: Spot lighting is lighting directed towards and used to draw attention to a product or display .

spot remover: a concentrated cleaning fluid used to remove small areas of staining, such as on a carpet

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Однокоренные слова:

spotless - безупречный, чистый, без единого пятнышка, незапятнанный
spotted - пятнистый, запятнанный, крапчатый, запачканный
spotter - корректировщик, наблюдатель, сыщик, детектив, контролер, воздушный наблюдатель
spotty - пятнистый, пестрый, прыщеватый, крапчатый, неоднородный, разношерстный
spotting - обнаружение, определение местоположения, корректировка стрельбы

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