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spot [ spɔt] n.点,斑点;地点

on the spot 当场,立即;在现场

on the spot 当场,在现场

on the spot

spot [spɔt] n. 斑点,污点,场所,地点 v. 沾污,弄脏

飞行药检 spot check

社会热点问题 hot spots of society

现货交易 cash market transactions; spot transactions

SPOT Satellite Positioning and Tracking 卫星定位与跟踪

spot test 抽查, 当场测试

sore spot 伤心事,旧疮疤

on the spot 在场;马上 

“投资热点” a region attractive to investors,a muchsought piece of hand, popular investment spot

现汇汇率 spot rate

即期付款 spot cash; cash down; cash on the nail

designated spot [election advertisement] 指定展示位置〔选举广告〕

private spot [election advertisement] 私人展示位置〔选举广告〕

Spot 现货,现场

spot commodity 现货

spot market 现货市场

spot price 现货价格

spot trade 现货贸易,现汇贸易

hot spot

spot check test

spot dolly

She had spots on her face when she was ill.

In this disease spots appear on the legs.
得了这种病, 腿上会出现斑点。

This looks like a nice spot for a picnic.

I’ll show you the exact spot where I fell off my bike.

material that spots easily

a table spotted with ink

If you spot any mistakes in the article, just mark them with a pencil.

They were spotted by the police as they were entering the bank.

He seldom ignores that many potential votes, and it did not escape the notice of congressmen that these Negro organizations, some of which had almost as much trouble getting out a crowd as the Washington Senators several years ago, were now capable of organizing the largest demonstrating throng ever gathered at one spot in the District of Columbia..

Spain is our favorite holiday spot.

That would be great. *用于回答别人的邀请和建议。
That would be perfect.
That would hit the spot.
That would be grand. *比较旧的说法。

That would be great.
Would you like some coffee? (你来杯咖啡吗?)
That would be great. (那太好了。)
That would be perfect.
That would hit the spot. (那太让人满意了。)
That's exactly what I want. (那正是我想要的。)
That would be grand. *比较旧的说法。

He was put on the spot.
= He was killed.

When reports came into London zoo that a wild puma had been spotted forty-five miles south of London,they were not taken seriously.

A spot is most seen on the finest cloth.

Can the leopard change his spots?

In an enemy spots are soon seen.

The brightest of all things, the sun, has its spots.

The leopard cannot change its spots.

There are spots in (or on) the sum.

Focal spot 焦点

spot stock 现场储备

There are painters who transform the sun to a yellow spot, but there are others who with the help of their art and their intelligence, transform a yellow spot into the sun.
Picasso, Spanish painter 

She has noticed occasional spotting of blood between periods.

@@@ 现在, 迄今
as yet 迄今为止
at present 现在, 目前
by far 到目前为止; 最
even now 即使在现在
ever since 从那时起一直到现在
for the moment 暂时; 目前
for the time being 暂时, 眼下
not yet 尚未(到目前为止某事没有发生)
on the spot 在现场, 当场; 立即
so far 迄今为止; 到目前为止
to date 到目前为止, 迄今

put someone on the spot 让某人为难
Don't put me on the spot like this. You know I can't give you
confidential information.

hit the high spots 达到高水准

sore spot 伤心事,旧疮疤

斑 speckle; spot

斑点 spot; freckle; lentigo; macle; macula; maculation; speck; splotch; tache; fleck

斑纹的 dappled; spotted

斑斑 [bān bān] /full of stains or spots/

斑点 [bān diǎn] /spot/stain/speckle/

处 [chù] /a place/location/spot/point/office/department/bureau/respect/

当 [dāng] /to be/to act as/manage/withstand/when/during/ought/should/match equally/equal/same/obstruct/just at (a time or place)/on the spot/right/just at/

当场 [dāng chǎng] /at the scene/on the spot/

点子 [diǎn zi ] /(n) spot, dot; speck/(n) droplet; drop (of a liquid)/

景点 [jǐng diǎn] /scenery/scenic spots/

考察 [kǎo chá] /inspect/make an on-the-spot investigation/

名胜 [míng shèng] /a place famous for its scenery or historical relics/scenic spot/

填写 [tián xiě] /(v) fill or write in a blank spot on a form/

浴场 [yù chǎng] /bathing spot/

Scattered around the globe are more than 100 small regions of isolated volcanic activity known to geologists as hot spots.
Unlike most of the world's volcanoes, they are not always found at the boundaries of the great drifting plates that make up the earth's surface; on the contrary, many of them lie deep in the interior of a plate.

Most of the hot spots move only slowly, and in some cases the movement of the plates past them has left trails of dead volcanoes.
The hot spots and their volcanic trails are milestones that mark the passage of the plates.

It is not possible to determine whether both continents are moving in opposite directions or whether one continent is stationary and the other is drifting away from it. Hot spots, anchored in the deeper layers of the earth, provide the measuring instruments needed to resolve the question.

From an analysis of the hot-spot population it appears that the African plate is stationary and that it has not moved during the past 30 million years.

The significance of hot spots is not confined to their role as a frame of reference.
It now appears that they also have an important influence on the geophysical processes that propel the plates across the globe.

When a continental plate come to rest over a hot spot, the material rising from deeper layer creates a broad dome.
As the dome grows, it develops deep fissures (cracks); in at least a few cases the continent may break entirely along some of these fissures, so that the hot spot initiates the formation of a new ocean.
Thus just as earlier theories have explained the mobility of the continents, so hot spots may explain their mutability (inconstancy).

{adj: alert} very attentive or observant
"an alert and responsive baby is a joy"
"caught by a couple of alert cops"
"alert enough to spot the opportunity when it came"
"constantly alert and vigilant, like a sentinel on duty"
<-> unalert

{adj: arboraceous, arboreous, woodsy, woody} abounding in trees
"an arboreous landscape"
"violets in woodsy shady spots"
"a woody area near the highway"

{adj: bald, denuded, denudate} without the natural or usual covering
"a bald spot on the lawn"
"bare hills"

{adj: besmirched, damaged, flyblown, spotted, stained, sullied, tainted, tarnished} especially of reputation
"the senator's seriously damaged reputation"
"a flyblown reputation"
"a tarnished reputation"
"inherited a spotted name"

{adj: bespattered, spattered, besplashed, splashed} spattered or spotted with dirt or filth; often used in combination
"dingy bespattered walls"
"a grease-spattered floor"
"a besplashed coach"
"mud-splashed trouser legs"

{adj: blotched, blotchy, splotched} marked with irregularly shaped spots or blots

{adj: blotchy} marred by discolored spots or blotches
"blotchy skin"

{adj: cloistered, reclusive, secluded, sequestered} providing privacy or seclusion
"the cloistered academic world of books"
"sat close together in the sequestered pergola"
"sitting under the reclusive calm of a shade tree"
"a secluded romantic spot"

{adj: convenient, handy, ready to hand} easy to reach
"found a handy spot for the can opener"

{adj: dappled, mottled} having spots or patches of color

{adj: dark-spotted} having dark spots

{adj: deserted} remote from civilization
"the victim was lured to a deserted spot"

{adj: discolored, discoloured} having the color spoiled with spots or streaks

{adj: doomed} marked for certain death
"the black spot told the old sailor he was doomed"

{adj: glued, pasted} affixed or as if affixed with glue or paste
"he stayed glued to one spot"
"pieces of pasted paper"

{adj: identical, selfsame, very} being the exact same one; not any other:
"this is the identical room we stayed in before"
"the themes of his stories are one and the same"
"saw the selfsame quotation in two newspapers"
"on this very spot"
"the very thing he said yesterday"
"the very man I want to see"

{adj: idyllic} excellent and delightful in all respects
"an idyllic spot for a picnic"

{adj: located, placed, set, situated} situated in a particular spot or position
"valuable centrally located urban land"
"strategically placed artillery"
"a house set on a hilltop"
"nicely situated on a quiet riverbank"

{adj: maculate} spotted or blotched

{adj: mangy, mangey} having many worn or threadbare spots in the nap
"a mangy carpet"
"a mangy old fur coat"

{adj: maroon-spotted} having maroon spots

{adj: ocular, optic, optical, opthalmic} of or relating to or resembling the eye
"ocular muscles"
"an ocular organ"
"ocular diseases"
"the optic (or optical) axis of the eye"
"an ocular spot is a pigmented organ or part believed to be sensitive to light"

{adj: on-the-spot, on-the-scene} at the scene of action
"an on-the-spot reporter"
"on-the-spot inspections"
"an on-the scene newscast"

{adj: patched, spotty, spotted, black-and-white} having spots or patches (small areas of contrasting color or texture)
"a field patched with ice and snow"
"the wall had a spotty speckled effect"
"a black-and-white spotted cow"

{adj: peaky, spiky} having or as if having especially high-pitched spots
"absence of peaky highs and beefed-up bass"

{adj: privy, secluded, secret} hidden from general view or use
"a privy place to rest and think"
"a secluded romantic spot"
"a secret garden"

{adj: protected, secure} kept safe or defended from danger or injury or loss
"the most protected spot I could find"
<-> unprotected

{adj: purple-spotted} having purple spots

{adj: quiet} of the sun; characterized by a low level of surface phenomena like sun spots e.g.
<-> active

{adj: sensitive, sore, raw, tender} hurting
"the tender spot on his jaw"

{adj: threatened} (of flora or fauna) likely in the near future to become endangered
"the spotted owl is a threatened species, not yet an endangered one"

{adj: tonsured} having a bald spot either shaved or natural
"tonsured monks"

{adj: unblemished} free from physical or moral spots or stains
"an unblemished record"
"an unblemished complexion"
<-> blemished

{adj: unscripted} not furnished with or using a script
"unrehearsed and unscript spot interviews"
"unscripted talk shows"
<-> scripted

{adj: unsoiled, unspotted, unstained} without soil or spot or stain

{adj: vital, life-sustaining} performing an essential function in the living body
"vital organs"
"blood and other vital fluids"
"the loss of vital heat in shock"
"a vital spot"
"life-giving love and praise"

{adj: yellow-spotted} having yellow spots

{adv: on the spot} at the place in question; there
"they were on the spot when it happened"
"it had to be decided by the man on the spot"

{adv: on the spot} in a difficult situation
"that question really put him on the spot"

{adv: on the spot} without delay or immediately
"we hired her on the spot"
"thought they were going to shoot us down on the spot"

{adv: patchily} in spots

{n: American lady crab, lady crab, calico crab, Ovalipes ocellatus} brightly spotted crab of sandy beaches of the Atlantic coast of the United States

{n: Appaloosa} a hardy breed of saddle horse developed in western North America and characteristically having a spotted rump

{n: Banff} a popular vacation spot in the Canadian Rockies

{n: Bomarea, genus Bomarea} large genus of tropical American vines having showy often spotted umbellate flowers; sometimes placed in family Liliaceae especially subfamily Alstroemeriaceae

{n: Calvary clover, Medicago intertexta, Medicago echinus} an annual of the Mediterranean area having spiny seed pods and leaves with dark spots

{n: Canada lily, wild yellow lily, meadow lily, wild meadow lily, Lilium canadense} common lily of the eastern United States having nodding yellow or reddish flowers spotted with brown

{n: Cardiospermum, genus Cardiospermum} tendril-climbing herbs or shrubs whose seeds have a white heart-shaped spot

{n: Chihuahuan spotted whiptail, Cnemidophorus exsanguis} having longitudinal stripes overlaid with light spots; upland lizard of United States southwest and Mexico

{n: Columbia tiger lily, Oregon lily, Lilium columbianum} lily of western North America with showy orange-red purple-spotted flowers

{n: Coprinus, genus Coprinus} genus of black-spotted agarics in which the cap breaks down at maturity into an inky fluid; sometimes placed in its own family Coprinaceae

{n: Gymnosporangium, genus Gymnosporangium} genus of fungi that produce galls on cedars and other conifers of genera Juniperus and Libocedrus and causes rust spots on apples and pears and other plants of family Rosaceae

{n: Joe-Pye weed, purple boneset, trumpet weed, marsh milkweed, Eupatorium purpureum} North American herb having whorled leaves and terminal clusters of flowers spotted with purple

{n: Joe-Pye weed, spotted Joe-Pye weed, Eupatorium maculatum} North American herb having whorled leaves and terminal clusters of small pinkish or purple flower heads

{n: Kaposi's sarcoma} a sarcoma that starts with purplish spots on the feet and legs and spreads from the skin to lymph nodes and internal organs; a common manifestation of AIDS
"until 1980 Kaposi's sarcoma occurred almost exclusively with Jewish or Italian or black men"

{n: Kentucky black bass, spotted black bass, Micropterus pseudoplites} a variety of black bass

{n: Koplik's spots} small red spots with white centers found on the mucous membranes of the mouth and tongue; symptom of measles that appears one or two days before the measles rash appears

{n: Michigan lily, Lilium michiganense} lily of central North America having recurved orange-red flowers with deep crimson spots

{n: National Reconnaissance Office, NRO} an intelligence agency in the United States Department of Defense that designs and builds and operates space reconnaissance systems to detect trouble spots worldwide and to monitor arms control agreements and environmental issues and to help plan military operations

{n: Newgate} a former prison in London notorious for its unsanitary conditions and burnt down in riots in 1780; a new prison was built on the same spot but was torn down in 1902

{n: Porzana, genus Porzana} spotted crakes

{n: Rocky Mountain spotted fever, mountain fever, tick fever} caused by rickettsial bacteria and transmitted by wood ticks

{n: Turk's-cap, Turk's cap-lily, Lilium superbum} lily of the eastern United States with orange to red maroon-spotted flowers

{n: apple rust, cedar-apple rust, Gymnosporangium juniperi-virginianae} rust fungus causing rust spots on apples and pears etc

{n: arboreal salamander, Aneides lugubris} yellow-spotted brown salamander of California woodlands

{n: arctiid, arctiid moth} stout-bodied broad-winged moth with conspicuously striped or spotted wings; larvae are hairy caterpillars

{n: baby blue-eyes, Nemophila menziesii} delicate California annual having blue flowers marked with dark spots

{n: bead tree, jumby bean, jumby tree, Ormosia monosperma} small tree of West Indies and northeastern Venezuela having large oblong pointed leaflets and panicles of purple flowers; seeds are black or scarlet with black spots

{n: beauty spot} a spot that is worn on a lady's face for adornment

{n: black spot} any of several fungous diseases of plants that produce small black spots on the plant

{n: blind spot, optic disc, optic disk} the point where the optic nerve enters the retina; not sensitive to light

{n: blind spot} a subject about which you are ignorant or prejudiced and fail to exercise good judgment
"golf is one of his blind spots and he's proud of it"

{n: bloodstone, heliotrope} green chalcedony with red spots that resemble blood

{n: blot, smear, smirch, spot, stain} an act that brings discredit to the person who does it
"he made a huge blot on his copybook"

{n: blotch, splodge, splotch} an irregularly shaped spot

{n: boxcars} (usually plural) when two dice are thrown and both come up showing six spots the result is called `boxcars'

{n: butterfly orchid, butterfly orchis, Orchis papilionaceae} Mediterranean orchid having usually purple flowers with a fan-shaped spotted or striped rose-red lip

{n: cabaret, nightclub, club, nightspot} a spot that is open late at night and that provides entertainment (as singers or dancers) as well as dancing and food and drink
"don't expect a good meal at a cabaret"
"the gossip columnist got his information by visiting nightclubs every night"
"he played the drums at a jazz club"

{n: catmint, catnip, Nepeta cataria} hairy aromatic perennial herb having whorls of small white purple-spotted flowers in a terminal spike; used in the past as a domestic remedy; strongly attractive to cats

{n: celery blight} a fungous leaf spot disease of the celery plant

{n: cheetah, chetah, Acinonyx jubatus} long-legged spotted cat of Africa and southwestern Asia having nonretractile claws; the swiftest mammal; can be trained to run down game

{n: chum salmon, chum, Oncorhynchus keta} a large Pacific salmon with small spots on its back; an important food fish

{n: cleanup, cleanup position, cleanup spot} (baseball) the fourth position in the batting order (usually filled by the best batter on the team)

{n: coast rhododendron, Rhododendron californicum} medium-sized rhododendron of Pacific coast of North America having large rosy brown-spotted flowers

{n: common madia, common tarweed, Madia elegans} California annual having red-brown spots near the base of its yellow flower rays

{n: common spotted orchid, Dactylorhiza fuchsii, Dactylorhiza maculata fuchsii} European orchid having lanceolate leaves spotted purple and pink to white or mauve flowers spotted or lined deep red or purple

{n: coney, Epinephelus fulvus} black-spotted usually dusky-colored fish with reddish fins

{n: coral bean tree, Erythrina corallodendrum} deciduous shrub having racemes of deep red flowers and black-spotted red seeds

{n: counterglow, gegenschein} a faint spot of light in the night sky that appears directly opposite the position of the sun; a reflection of sunlight by micrometeoric material in space

{n: craps, snake eyes} when two dice are thrown and both come up showing one spot the results is called `craps' or `snake eyes'

{n: cursor, pointer} (computer science) indicator consisting of a movable spot of light (an icon) on a visual display; moving it allows the user to point to commands or screen positions

{n: dalmatian, coach dog, carriage dog} a large breed having a smooth white coat with black or brown spots; originated in Dalmatia

{n: detection, catching, espial, spying, spotting} the act of detecting something; catching sight of something

{n: deuce} one of the four playing cards in a deck that have two spots

{n: dice, die} small cubes with 1 to 6 spots on the faces; used to generate random numbers

{n: ecchymosis} the escape of blood from ruptured blood vessels into the surrounding tissue to form a purple or black-and-blue spot on the skin

{n: eight-spot} a playing card with eight pips on the face

{n: explorer's gentian, Gentiana calycosa} tufted sometimes sprawling perennial with blue flowers spotted with green; western North America

{n: eyespot, ocellus} an eyelike marking (as on the wings of some butterflies); usually a spot of color inside a ring of another color

{n: face recognition, facial recognition, automatic face recognition} biometric identification by scanning a person's face and matching it against a library of known faces
"they used face recognition to spot known terrorists"

{n: facula} a bright spot on a planet

{n: facula} a large bright spot on the sun's photosphere occurring most frequently in the vicinity of sunspots

{n: firefly, fire beetle, Pyrophorus noctiluca} tropical American click beetle having bright luminous spots

{n: five-spot, Nemophila maculata} California annual having white flowers with a deep purple blotch on each petal

{n: five-spot} a playing card or a domino or a die whose upward face shows five pips

{n: fiver, five-spot, five dollar bill} a United States bill worth 5 dollars

{n: fontanelle, fontanel, soft spot} any membranous gap between the bones of the cranium in an infant or fetus

{n: four-spot} a playing card or domino or die whose upward face shows four pips

{n: freckle, lentigo} a small brownish spot (of the pigment melanin) on the skin

{n: fuss, trouble, bother, hassle} an angry disturbance
"he didn't want to make a fuss"
"they had labor trouble"
"a spot of bother"

{n: genet, Genetta genetta} agile Old World viverrine having a spotted coat and long ringed tail

{n: genus Rickettsia} can cause typhus and Rocky Mountain spotted fever in humans

{n: giraffe, camelopard, Giraffa camelopardalis} tallest living quadruped; having a spotted coat and small horns and very long neck and legs; of savannahs of tropical Africa

{n: golden plover} plovers of Europe and America having the backs marked with golden-yellow spots

{n: halo blight, halo spot, bean blight} a blight of bean plants

{n: harbor seal, common seal, Phoca vitulina} small spotted seal of coastal waters of the northern hemisphere

{n: highlight, high spot} the most interesting or memorable part
"the highlight of the tour was our visit to the Vatican"

{n: hind} any of several mostly spotted fishes that resemble groupers

{n: horsemint, Monarda punctata} tall erect perennial or annual having lanceolate leaves and heads of purple-spotted creamy flowers; many subspecies grown from eastern to southwestern United States and in Mexico

{n: hot spot, hotspot} a lively entertainment spot

{n: hot spot, hotspot} a place of political unrest and potential violence
"the United States cannot police all of the world's hot spots"

{n: hot spot, hotspot} a point of relatively intense heat or radiation

{n: io moth, Automeris io} large yellow American moth having a large eyelike spot on each hind wing; the larvae have stinging spines

{n: iron mold, iron mould} a spot caused the staining with rust or ink

{n: jackass bat, spotted bat, Euderma maculata} a large bat of the southwestern United States having spots and enormous ears

{n: jaguar, panther, Panthera onca, Felis onca} a large spotted feline of tropical America similar to the leopard; in some classifications considered a member of the genus Felis

{n: jumping up and down} jumping in one spot (as in excitement)
"the wailing and jumping up and down exhausted him"

{n: ladybug, ladybeetle, lady beetle, ladybird, ladybird beetle} small round bright-colored and spotted beetle that usually feeds on aphids and other insect pests

{n: lemon-scented gum, Eucalyptus citriodora, Eucalyptus maculata citriodora} similar to but smaller than the spotted gum and having lemon-scented leaves

{n: leopard cat, Felis bengalensis} small spotted wildcat of southern Asia and Malaysia

{n: leopard frog, spring frog, Rana pipiens} common North American green or brownish frog having white-edged dark oval spots

{n: leopard lily, panther lily, Lilium pardalinum} lily of western United States having orange-red to crimson maroon-spotted flowers

{n: leopard lizard} any of several large lizards with many dark spots; of western United States and northern Mexico

{n: leopard, Panthera pardus} large feline of African and Asian forests usually having a tawny coat with black spots

{n: leukoderma} a congenital skin condition characterized by spots or bands of unpigmented skin

{n: leukoma, leucoma} eye disease consisting of an opaque white spot on the cornea

{n: light pen, electronic stylus} (computer science) a pointer that when pointed at a computer display senses whether or not the spot is illuminated

{n: liver spot} a type of skin disease that causes brown spots on the skin

{n: liver-spotted dalmatian} a brown-spotted dalmatian

{n: macula, macula lutea, macular area, yellow spot} a yellowish central area of the retina that is rich in cones and that mediates clear detailed vision

{n: mammothermography} the use of thermography to detect breast tumors (which appear as hot spots)

{n: margay, margay cat, Felis wiedi} small spotted wildcat found from Texas to Brazil

{n: measles, rubeola, morbilli} an acute and highly contagious viral disease marked by distinct red spots followed by a rash; occurs primarily in children

{n: milk snake, house snake, milk adder, checkered adder, Lampropeltis triangulum} nonvenomous tan and brown king snake with an arrow-shaped occipital spot; southeastern ones have red stripes like coral snakes

{n: mole} a small congenital pigmented spot on the skin

{n: moonwalk} a kind of dance step in which the dancer seems to be sliding on the spot
"Michael Jackson perfected the moonwalk in the 1980s"

{n: mosquitofish, Gambusia affinis} silvery topminnow with rows of black spots of tropical North America and West Indies; important in mosquito control

{n: musca volitans, muscae volitantes, floater, spots} spots before the eyes caused by opaque cell fragments in the vitreous humor and lens

{n: nebula} (pathology) a faint cloudy spot on the cornea

{n: neurofibromatosis, von Recklinghausen's disease} autosomal dominant disease characterized by numerous neurofibromas and by spots on the skin and often by developmental abnormalities

{n: nine-spot} a playing card with nine pips on the face

{n: ocelot, panther cat, Felis pardalis} nocturnal wildcat of Central America and South America having a dark-spotted buff-brown coat

{n: overcast} a cast that falls beyond the intended spot

{n: painted beauty, Vanessa virginiensis} American butterfly having dark brown wings with white and golden orange spots

{n: palm cat, palm civet} spotted or striped arboreal civet of southeast Asia and East Indies

{n: paper chase, hare and hounds} an outdoor game; the hares start off on a long run scattering bits of paper (the scent) and the hounds try to catch them before they reach a designated spot

{n: papillon} small slender toy spaniel with erect ears and a black-spotted brown to white coat

{n: parhelion, mock sun, sundog} a bright spot on the parhelic circle; caused by diffraction by ice crystals
"two or more parhelia are usually seen at once"

{n: peacock} male peafowl; having a crested head and very large fanlike tail marked with iridescent eyes or spots

{n: petechia} a minute red or purple spot on the surface of the skin as the result of tiny hemorrhages of blood vessels in the skin (as in typhoid fever)

{n: piaffe} a cadenced trot executed by the horse in one spot

{n: pinto bean} mottled or spotted bean of southwestern United States; usually dried

{n: pinto} a spotted or calico horse or pony

{n: plague spot} a spot on the skin characteristic of the plague

{n: point, spot} an outstanding characteristic
"his acting was one of the high points of the movie"

{n: polka dot} design consisting of a pattern of regularly spaced circular spots

{n: position, post, berth, office, spot, billet, place, situation} a job in an organization
"he occupied a post in the treasury"

{n: potato fungus, Pellicularia filamentosa, Rhizoctinia solani} fungus causing a disease in potatoes characterized by black scurfy spots on the tubers

{n: red-spotted purple, Limenitis astyanax} similar to the banded purple but with red spots on underwing surfaces

{n: resort area, playground, vacation spot} an area where many people go for recreation

{n: salsilla, Bomarea edulis} tropical vine having pink-and-yellow flowers spotted purple and edible roots sometimes boiled as a potato substitute; West Indies to northern South America

{n: serval, Felis serval} slender long-legged African wildcat having large untufted ears and tawny black-spotted coat

{n: seven-spot} a spot with seven pips on the face

{n: silverspot} butterfly with silver spots on the underside of the hind wings

{n: six-spot} a playing card or domino or die whose upward face shows six pips

{n: smudge, spot, blot, daub, smear, smirch, slur} a blemish made by dirt
"he had a smudge on his cheek"

{n: snapper, Chrysophrys auratus} Australian food fish having a pinkish body with blue spots

{n: soft spot} a sentimental affection
"she had a soft spot for her youngest son"

{n: speck, pinpoint} a very small spot
"the plane was just a speck in the sky"

{n: spot check} a check on work performance or product quality made at random times without warning
"spot checks ensure a high level of performance by employees"

{n: spot jamming, selective jamming} electronic jamming of a specific channel or frequency

{n: spot market} a market in which a commodity is bought or sold for immediate delivery or delivery in the very near future

{n: spot pass} a pass to a designated spot on the field; the receiver should arrive at that spot the same time the ball does

{n: spot price, cash price} the current delivery price of a commodity traded in the spot market

{n: spot weld, spot-weld} each of the welds made by welding at a separate point

{n: spot welding, spot-welding} creating an overlapping joint by welding at small points

{n: spot, bit} a small quantity
"a spot of tea"
"a bit of paper"

{n: spot, pip} a mark on a playing card (shape depending on the suit)

{n: spot, speckle, dapple, patch, fleck, maculation} a small contrasting part of something
"a bald spot"
"a leopard's spots"
"a patch of clouds"
"patches of thin ice"
"a fleck of red"

{n: spot-welder, spot welder} a welder who does spot welding

{n: spotlight, spot} a lamp that produces a strong beam of light to illuminate a restricted area; used to focus attention of a stage performer

{n: spotted antbird, Hylophylax naevioides} a kind of antbird

{n: spotted coral root, Corallorhiza maculata} common coral root having yellowish- or reddish- or purplish-brown leafless stems bearing loose racemes of similarly colored flowers with white purple-spotted lips; Guatemala to Canada

{n: spotted cowbane, spotted hemlock, spotted water hemlock} tall biennial water hemlock of northeastern North America having purple-spotted stems and clusters of extremely poisonous tuberous roots resembling small sweet potatoes

{n: spotted crake, Porzana porzana} Eurasian rail of swamps and marshes

{n: spotted dick} a suet pudding containing currants

{n: spotted eagle ray, spotted ray, Aetobatus narinari} ray with back covered with white or yellow spots; widely distributed in warm seas

{n: spotted fever} any of several severe febrile diseases characterized by skin rashes or spots on the skin

{n: spotted flycatcher, Muscicapa striata, Muscicapa grisola} common European woodland flycatcher with greyish-brown plumage

{n: spotted gum, Eucalyptus maculata} large gum tree with mottled bark

{n: spotted hyena, laughing hyena, Crocuta crocuta} African hyena noted for its distinctive howl

{n: spotted lynx, Lynx pardina} of southern Europe

{n: spotted owl, Strix occidentalis} a large owl of North America found in forests from British Columbia to central Mexico; has dark brown plumage and a heavily spotted chest

{n: spotted salamander, Ambystoma maculatum} glossy black North American salamander with yellow spots

{n: spotted salamander, fire salamander, Salamandra maculosa} European salamander having dark skin with usually yellow spots

{n: spotted sandpiper, Actitis macularia} common North American sandpiper

{n: spotted skunk, little spotted skunk, Spilogale putorius} small skunk with a marbled black and white coat; of United States and Mexico

{n: spotted sunfish, stumpknocker, Lepomis punctatus} inhabits streams from South Carolina to Florida; esteemed panfish

{n: spotted weakfish, spotted sea trout, spotted squeateague, Cynoscion nebulosus} weakfish of southern Atlantic and Gulf Coasts of United States

{n: spotter} a worker employed at a dry-cleaning establishment to remove spots

{n: spotter} a worker employed to apply spots (as markers or identifiers)

{n: spot} a business establishment for entertainment
"night spot"

{n: spot} a playing card with a specified number of pips on it to indicate its value
"an eight spot"

{n: spot} a section of an entertainment that is assigned to a specific performer or performance
"they changed his spot on the program"

{n: spot} a short section or illustration (as between radio or tv programs or in a magazine) that is often used for advertising

{n: staining, spotting, maculation} the act of spotting or staining something

{n: stop} a spot where something halts or pauses
"his next stop is Atlanta"

{n: sunspot, macula} a cooler darker spot appearing periodically on the sun's photosphere; associated with a strong magnetic field

{n: ten-spot} a spot (or playing card) with ten pips on the face

{n: thrush} songbirds characteristically having brownish upper plumage with a spotted breast

{n: tiger lily, devil lily, kentan, Lilium lancifolium} east Asian perennial having large reddish-orange black-spotted flowers with reflexed petals

{n: tiger shark, Galeocerdo cuvieri} large dangerous warm-water shark with striped or spotted body

{n: tilefish, Lopholatilus chamaeleonticeps} yellow-spotted violet food fish of warm deep waters

{n: topographic point, place, spot} a point located with respect to surface features of some region
"this is a nice place for a picnic"

{n: touch, spot} a slight attack of illness
"he has a touch of rheumatism"

{n: two-spotted ladybug, Adalia bipunctata} red ladybug with a black spot on each wing

{n: wall germander, Teucrium chamaedrys} European perennial subshrub with red-purple or bright rose flowers with red and white spots

{n: wandflower, Sparaxis tricolor} a showy often-cultivated plant with tawny yellow often purple-spotted flowers

{n: water-shield, fanwort, Cabomba caroliniana} common aquatic plant of eastern North America having floating and submerged leaves and white yellow-spotted flowers

{n: weak part, weak spot, soft spot} a place of especial vulnerability
<-> good part

{n: whale shark, Rhincodon typus} large spotted shark of warm surface waters worldwide; resembles a whale and feeds chiefly on plankton

{n: wild geranium, spotted cranesbill, Geranium maculatum} common wild geranium of eastern North America with deeply parted leaves and rose-purple flowers

{n: wood lily, Lilium philadelphicum} lily of eastern North America having orange to orange-red purple-spotted flowers

{n: wood tick, American dog tick, Dermacentor variabilis} common tick that can transmit Rocky Mountain spotted fever and tularemia

{n: worn spot, fret} a spot that has been worn away by abrasion or erosion

{n: yellow adder's tongue, trout lily, amberbell, Erythronium americanum} eastern North American dogtooth having solitary yellow flowers marked with brown or purple and spotted interiors

{n: yellow mountain saxifrage, Saxifraga aizoides} tufted evergreen perennial having ciliate leaves and yellow corymbose flowers often spotted orange

{n: yellow spot fungus, Cercospora kopkei} fungus causing yellow spot (a sugarcane disease in Australia)

{n: yellow spot} any of several fungous or viral diseases characterized by yellow spotting on the leaves

{v: back} cause to travel backward
"back the car into the parking spot"
<-> advance

{v: bespot} mark with, or as if with, spots

{v: blemish, spot} mar or impair with a flaw
"her face was blemished"

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