Sinónimos de spot en inglés:

spot


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1‘the dog was white with black spots’

SINÓNIMOS
mark, patch, pop, dot, speck, speckle, fleck, smudge, smear, stain, blotch, blot, splash, daub
técnico petechia
coloquial splotch, splosh, splodge
marginal macule, macula

2‘this cream will improve the appearance of wrinkles, brown spots, and uneven skin tone’

SINÓNIMOS
discoloration
freckle
liver spot, age spot, mole
birthmark, port wine stain, strawberry mark
técnico naevus

3‘he had an angry spot on the side of his nose’

SINÓNIMOS
pimple, pustule, blemish, blackhead, boil, swelling, eruption, wen, sty
pock, pockmark
acne, rash
Scottish plook
técnico comedo
coloquial zit, whitehead
Norteamericano coloquial hickey
marginal papule, bleb, whelk, blain

4‘there are miles of footpaths and plenty of secluded spots’

SINÓNIMOS
place, location, site, position, point, situation, scene, setting, locale, locality, area, neighbourhood, region
venue
técnico locus

5‘social policy has a regular spot on the agenda’

SINÓNIMOS
position, place, niche, slot, space
coloquial window

6‘would you like a spot of brandy?’

SINÓNIMOS
bit, little, some, small amount, morsel, modicum, bite
drop, splash
coloquial smidgen, smidge, tad
Scottish coloquial scoosh

7‘you're in a tight spot’

SINÓNIMOS
difficult situation, awkward situation, tricky situation, predicament, mess, difficulty, trouble, plight, corner, quandary, dilemma
coloquial fix, jam, hole, sticky situation, pickle, scrape, fine kettle of fish, pretty kettle of fish, hot water, how-do-you-do

verbo

1‘she spotted Iris hovering by the door’

SINÓNIMOS
notice, see, observe, discern, detect, perceive, make out, pick out, distinguish, recognize, identify, locate
catch sight of, glimpse, sight
mark, remark
Britanico coloquial clock
literario descry, espy

2‘her clothes were spotted with grease’

SINÓNIMOS
stain, mark, fleck, speckle, blotch, mottle, smudge, streak, splash, spatter, bespatter
dirty, soil
coloquial splotch, splosh, splodge
literario besmirch, smirch

3‘his soul was spotted with sin’

SINÓNIMOS
sully, stain, tarnish, blacken, taint, blemish

4‘it was still spotting with rain’

SINÓNIMOS
rain lightly, drizzle
Britanico spit
Northern English mizzle
Norteamericano sprinkle

Phrases

    on the spot

    ‘any official found to be involved in such incidents will be sacked on the spot’


    SINÓNIMOS
    immediately, there and then, then and there, straight away, right away, forthwith, instantly, summarily, without delay, without hesitation, at once, that instant, directly
    outright
    Norteamericano in short order
    arcaico straight, straightway, instanter, forthright