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blot·ter

 (blŏt′ər)
n.
1. A piece or pad of blotting paper.
2. A book containing daily records of occurrences or transactions: a police blotter.

blotter

(ˈblɒtə)
n
1. something used to absorb excess ink or other liquid, esp a sheet of blotting paper with a firm backing
2. US a daily record of events, such as arrests, in a police station (esp in the phrase police blotter)

blot•ter

(ˈblɒt ər)

n.
1. a piece of blotting paper used to absorb ink, to protect a desk top, etc.
2. a book in which transactions or events are recorded as they occur: a police blotter.
[1585–95]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.blotter - absorbent paper used to dry inkblotter - absorbent paper used to dry ink  
paper - a material made of cellulose pulp derived mainly from wood or rags or certain grasses
2.blotter - the daily written record of events (as arrests) in a police stationblotter - the daily written record of events (as arrests) in a police station
written account, written record - a written document preserving knowledge of facts or events
Translations
نَشّافَةٌ
pijákpijáková podložka
blæksugertrækpapir
itatós
òerripappír
písacia podložka s pijavým papierom
kurutma kâğıdı

blotter

[ˈblɒtəʳ] N
1. (= blotting paper) → secante m
2. (US) (= notebook) → registro m

blotter

[ˈblɒtər] nbuvard mblotting paper npapier m buvard

blotter

n
(Tinten)löscher m
(US: = record book) → Kladde f; (= police blotter)Polizeiregister nt

blotter

[ˈblɒtəʳ] ntampone m (di carta assorbente)

blot

(blot) noun
1. a spot or stain (often of ink). an exercise book full of blots.
2. something ugly. a blot on the landscape.
verbpast tense, past participle ˈblotted
1. to spot or stain, especially with ink. I blotted this sheet of paper in three places when my nib broke.
2. to dry with blotting-paper. Blot your signature before you fold the paper.
ˈblotter noun
a pad or sheet of blotting-paper.
ˈblotting-paper noun
soft paper used for drying up ink.
blot one's copybook
to make a bad mistake. He has really blotted his copybook by being late for the interview.
blot out
to hide from sight. The rain blotted out the view.
References in classic literature ?
Edna opened the blotter, and having procured paper and pen, began to write the note.
and all that, and I .." He was beginning to flounder, and the hand that rested on the desk blotter was visibly trembling.
"Damn Private Dormer and you too!" said Bobby Wick, running the blotter over the half-finished letter.
People told them what to see, when to see it, how to stop the electric trams, how to get rid of the beggars, how much to give for a vellum blotter, how much the place would grow upon them.
Any one who had taken the trouble to consult the station house blotter would have found that there was less violence that summer than ever before--and this while twenty thousand men were out of work, and with nothing to do all day but brood upon bitter wrongs.
He said threats documented on police blotter would help probers identify the perpetrators.
Viral photos of police blotter and security camera footage of Ang Probinsyano Rep.
A closed-circuit television footage contributed to INQUIRER.net and a police blotter sent to reporters bared that the party-list lawmaker punched the service crew, Christian Kent Alejo, 20, while the congressman and his friends were dining out.
Jason Baria, spokesperson of PRO XI, said there are 13 individuals who filed a blotter against Titan 29, one person who filed a report on Power Play and another one on Questlink Marketing Services, where the chief executive officer and operations manager ran away with the P200 million invested by members.
Every so often, usually in a backwater weekly newspaper, you can still find what was once a ubiquitous newspaper feature known as the police blotter. It is a dutiful, verbatim digest of business that recently came across the police desk.
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Brian Blotter, Human Resources Manager at Malouf, says managers typically don't like to do evaluations or reviews.