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2 Translation results for spot in Spanish

noun | verb

spot noun

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mancha; punto; grano; apuro, aprieto, lío; lugar, sitio

Example sentences of
spot noun

  • The wood still has some rough spots.
  • The chair's original paint is still visible in spots.
  • He fell through a weak spot in the ice.
  • The tablecloth had a couple of spots.
  • There were mud spots on the back of his pants.
  • rust spots on the metal
  • I noticed some red spots on my arms.
  • spots of rot on the leaf
  • a teenager with spots on his face
  • This looks like a good spot for a picnic.

Detailed synonyms for spot noun

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spot verb

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spotted, has spotted, is spotting, spots
manchar; mancharse; ver, reconocer

Example sentences of
spot verb

  • She spotted a deer in the woods.
  • The band's lead singer was recently spotted with a well-known actress.
  • They spotted us five points, and we still lost.
  • I'm a little short of cash. Can you spot me five bucks?
  • The official spotted the ball at the 10-yard line.

Synonyms of
spot verb

Phrasal verbs for spot

Related phrases for spot

Reverse translation for spot

mancha  - stain, spot, mark, blemish, blot, patch 
punto  - dot, point, period (in punctuation), item, question, spot, place, moment, stage, degree, point (in a score), stitch 
grano  - grain, particle, grain (of rice, etc.), bean (of coffee), seed, grain (of wood or rock), pimple 
apuro  - predicament, jam, rush, hurry, embarrassment 
aprieto  - predicament, difficulty 
lío  - confusion, mess, hassle, trouble, jam, affair, liaison 
lugar  - place, position, space, room 
sitio  - place, site, room, space, siege, taxi stand 
manchar  - to stain, to soil, to sully, to tarnish 
mancharse  - to get dirty 
ver  - to see, to see, to understand, to learn, to find out, to understand, to examine, to look into, to see, to judge, to meet with, to visit, to find out 
reconocer  - to recognize, to admit, to examine 
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