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1. A spot or blot; a splotch.
2. A discoloration on the skin; a blemish.
3. Any of several plant diseases caused by fungi or bacteria and resulting in brown or black dead areas on leaves or fruit.
tr. & intr.v. blotched, blotch·ing, blotch·es
To mark or become marked with blotches.
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an irregular spot or discoloration, esp a dark and relatively large one such as an ink stain
1. to become or cause to become marked by such discoloration
2. (intr) (of a pen or ink) to write or flow unevenly in blotches
[C17: probably from botch, influenced by blot1]
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1. a large, irregular spot or blot; stain.
2. a discolored spot on the skin; blemish.
3. any of several plant diseases caused by fungi and characterized by cankers and lesions.v.t.
4. to mark with blotches.
blotch•y, adj. blotch•i•er, blotch•i•est.
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Past participle: blotched
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|Noun||1.||blotch - an irregularly shaped spot|
|Verb||1.||blotch - mark with spots or blotches of different color or shades of color as if stained|
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noun mark, spot, patch, splash, stain, blot, smudge, blemish, splodge, smirch, smutch His face was covered in red blotches.
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blotch[ˈblɒtʃ] n (= mark) → tache f
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a discoloured mark. Those red blotches on her face are very ugly. vlekke بُقْعَةٌ безцветно петно mancha skvrna der Ausschlag plet; mærke πανάδα mancha, erupción laik لک و پیس läiskä tacheכתם, סימן छाला, व्रण bubuljica pattanás bercak, jerawat blettur, útbrot macchia はん点 검버섯 dėmė plankums tompok merah vlekflekk, klatt, skjoldplama لوی داغ mancha pată прыщ; пятно škvrna madež beleg fläck จุดหรือแต้ม leke, kızartı 斑點 прищ; пляма داغ دھبے vết 斑点
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n. marca, roncha o área descolorida de la piel.
English-Spanish Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012
blotchn (derm) mancha, roncha
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