spot

All Noun
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  • Info The common noun or verb spot has many meanings in English.
  • Not even a wet spot would have remained where we had been standing.
  • They stay up all night talking, and do a radio spot in the morning.
  • If he would have fallen any other way, he would have died on the spot.
  • Smith finished in second place and claimed the second semi-final spot.
  • This makes it easy to spot another member of the Church in the outside world.
  • It lost its number one spot in the third week to Oh, God!
  • It is a popular night spot among many of the city's residents and others.
  • Now years later, the picture was still in exactly the same spot.
  • The single quickly hit the number one spot in the United Kingdom.
  • The current bridge is the third almost-identical bridge built at the same spot.
  • Straight through they go, and every one Lights on the self-same spot. Cited from Chinese Literature, by Anonymous
  • On a white stone just by it there were some red-brown spots. Cited from A Maid of the Silver Sea, by John Oxenham
  • I like to create for the artist on the spot.
  • No one is certain why the stone was erected at this spot.
  • The group was ultimately not given a spot on the show.
  • She claimed the runner-up spot for a third time the year of her marriage.
  • Texas has become a hot spot for stand-out riders as of late.
  • His wife was also killed on the spot.
  • There's a soft spot in him that the writers have found.
  • The set worked well, spotting enemy aircraft during the first days of fighting.
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Meaning of spot

  • noun A short section or illustration (as between radio or tv programs or in a magazine) that is often used for advertising
  • noun 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
  • noun A section of an entertainment that is assigned to a specific performer or performance
    they changed his spot on the program
  • noun A business establishment for entertainment
    night spot
  • noun A small piece or quantity of something
    a spot of tea, a bit of paper, a bit of lint, I gave him a bit of my mind
  • noun A mark on a die or on a playing card (shape depending on the suit)
  • noun A playing card with a specified number of pips on it to indicate its value
    an eight-spot
  • verb Detect with the senses
    The fleeing convicts were picked out of the darkness by the watchful prison guards, I can't make out the faces in this photograph
  • verb Make a spot or mark onto
    The wine spotted the tablecloth
  • verb Become spotted
    This dress spots quickly
  • verb Mark with a spot or spots so as to allow easy recognition
    spot the areas that one should clearly identify