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  • a small round or roundish mark, differing in colour or texture from the surface around it.
    E.g. ladybirds have black spots on their red wing covers
  • a particular place or point.
    E.g. a nice secluded spot
  • a small amount of something.
    E.g. a spot of rain
  • denoting a system of trading in which commodities or currencies are delivered and paid for immediately after a sale.
    E.g. trading in the spot markets
  • short for spotlight.
  • a board for working plaster before application.
  • a banknote of a specified value.
    E.g. a ten-spot
  • a bar or other drinking establishment (usually in a private home in a township) that operates without an official permit.
    E.g. her father was at the spot with his friends
  • see, notice, or recognize (someone or something) that is difficult to detect or that one is searching for.
    E.g. Andrew spotted the advert in the paper
  • mark or become marked with spots.
    E.g. the velvet was spotted with stains
  • rain slightly.
    E.g. it was still spotting with rain
  • place (a ball) on its designated starting point on a billiard table.
  • give or lend (money) to (someone).
    E.g. I'll spot you $300

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