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blot

US [blɑt]
UK [blɒt]
  • n.污点;墨渍;有损形象(或幸福)的事情
  • v.(用软纸或布)吸干液体;把墨水溅到(纸上)
  • Web污渍;印迹;遮暗
Plural Form:blots  Past Tense:blotted  Present Participle:blotting  
Blot
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v.
1.
~ sth (up)
(用软纸或布)吸干液体to remove liquid from a surface by pressing soft paper or cloth on it
2.
~ sth
把墨水溅到(纸上)to make a spot or spots of ink fall on paper
IDM
blot your copybook
(informal)
做出有损形象的事;玷污名誉to do sth to spoil the opinion that other people have of you
n.
1.
污点;墨渍a spot or dirty mark on sth, made by ink, etc.
2.
~ (on sth)
有损形象(或幸福)的事情;污点something that spoils the opinion that other people have of you, or your happiness
Her involvement in the fraud has left a serious blot on her character.
她卷入了这桩欺诈案,在她的品格上留下了一个很大的污点。
IDM
a blot on the landscape
影响景观的物体(尤指丑陋建筑物)an object, especially an ugly building, that spoils the beauty of a place

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