spot spot (spŏt) noun1. A place of relatively small and definite limits. 2. a. A mark on a surface differing sharply in color from its surroundings. b. A stain or blot.3. Games. a. A mark or pip on a playing card; a spade, club, diamond, or heart. b. A playing card with a specified number of such marks on it indicating its value.4. Informal. A piece of paper money worth a specified number of dollars. 5. a. A location; a locale. b. A point of interest: There are a lot of spots to visit in the old city. c. A position or an item in an ordered arrangement.6. Informal. A situation, especially a troublesome one. 7. A flaw in one”s reputation or character. 8. A short presentation or commercial on television or radio between major programs: a news spot. 9. Informal. A spotlight. 10. plural spot or spots A small croaker (Leiostomus xanthurus) of North American Atlantic waters, having a dark mark above each pectoral fin and valued as a food and sport fish. 11. Chiefly British. A small amount; a bit. verbspotted, spotting, spotsverb, transitive1. To cause a spot or spots to appear on, especially: a. To soil with spots. b. To decorate with spots; dot.2. To harm; besmirch. 3. To place in a particular location; situate precisely. 4. To detect or discern, especially visually; spy. 5. To remove spots from, as in a laundry. 6. Sports. To yield a favorable scoring margin to: spotted their opponents 11 points. verb, intransitive1. To become marked with spots. 2. To cause a discoloration or make a stain. 3. To locate targets from the air during combat or training missions. adjective1. Made, paid, or delivered immediately: a spot sale. 2. Of, relating to, or being a market in which payment or delivery is immediate: the spot market in oil. 3. Involving random or selective instances or actions: a spot investigation. 4. Presented between major radio or television programs: a spot announcement. spotsNow and then; here and there; occasionally. on the spot1. Without delay; at once. 2. At the scene of action. 3. Under pressure or attention; in a pressed position. spotʹtable adjective

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