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A Rounded Mark Or Stain Made By Foreign Matter, As Mud, Blood, Paint, Ink, Etc.; A Blot Or Speck.
Something That Mars One's Character Or Reputation; Blemish; Flaw.
A Small Blemish, Mole, Or Lesion On The Skin Or Other Surface.
A Small, Circumscribed Mark Caused By Disease, Allergic Reaction, Decay, Etc.
A Comparatively Small, Usually Roundish, Part Of A Surface Differing From The Rest In Color, Texture, Character, Etc.: A Bald Spot.
A Place Or Locality: A Monument Marks The Spot Where Washington Slept.
Places Of Entertainment Or Sightseeing Interest: We Went To A Few Spots To Dance And See The Floor Shows.
A Specific Position In A Sequence Or Hierarchy: The Choral Group Has The Second Spot On The Program, Right After The Dancers. He Moved Up From Second Spot To Become President Of The Firm.
A Pip, As On Dice Or Dominoes.
A Piece Of Paper Money, Almost Always Indicated As A Five- Or Ten-dollar Bill: Can You Loan Me A Five Spot Until Payday?
A Small Drawing, Usually Black And White, Appearing Within Or Accompanying A Text.
A Small Croaker, Leiostomus Xanthurus, Of The Eastern Coast Of The U.S., Used As A Food Fish.
Commodities, As Grain, Wool, And Soybeans, Sold For Immediate Delivery.
As verb (used with object) [spot·ted, spot·ting.]
To Stain Or Mark With Spots: The Grease Spotted My Dress.
To Remove A Spot Or Spots From (clothing), Especially Before Dry Cleaning.
To Sully; Blemish.
To Mark Or Diversify With Spots Or Dots, As Of Color: We Spotted The Wall With Blue Paint.
To Detect Or Recognize; Locate Or Identify By Seeing: To Spot A Hiding Child.
To Place Or Position On A Particular Place: To Spot A Billiard Ball.
To Stop (a Railroad Car) At The Exact Place Required.
To Scatter In Various Places: To Spot Chairs Here And There In The Room.
To Remove Spots From (a Negative Or Print) By Covering With Opaque Color.
To Give Or Grant A Certain Margin Or Advantage To (an Opponent): He Spotted The Tyro 12 Points A Game. The Champion Won, Although Spotting The Challenger Twenty Pounds.
(in Gymnastics) To Watch Or Assist (a Performer) In Order To Prevent Injury.
To Lend: Can You Spot Me Twenty For Tonight's Game?
As verb (used without object) [spot·ted, spot·ting.]
To Make A Spot; Cause A Stain: Ink Spots Badly.
To Become Spotted, As Some Fabrics When Spattered With Water.
To Serve Or Act As A Spotter.
Made, Paid, Delivered, Etc., At Once: A Spot Sale; Spot Goods.
To Deal With Or Include Only The Major Points Of Interest: With But A Limited Amount Of Vacation Time, He Concentrated On Hitting The High Spots Of Europe.
To Satisfy A Want Or Need, As To Quench Thirst: Iced Tea Hits The Spot During The Hot Summer Months.
In An Uncomfortable Or Dangerous Predicament: The Tourists Found Themselves In A Bad Spot After They Lost Their Money In Las Vegas.
To Outdo Easily; Beat.
A Style Or Quality Of Cooking; Cookery: Italian Cuisine; This Restaurant Has An Excellent Cuisine.
The Kitchen Or Culinary Department Of A House, Hotel, Etc.
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