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in spotsexp USA: ɪ'n spɔ'ts UK: ɪn spɔts
knock spots off syv USA: nɔ'k spɔ'ts ɔː'f saɪ'
talent spotternoun USA: tæ'lʌ·nt spɔ'təː· UK: tælənt spɔtər
target spottingnoun USA: təː'gʌ·t spɔ'tɪ·ŋ UK: tɑgɪt spɔtɪŋ
a tender spotexp USA: eɪ' te'ndəː· spɔ't UK: eɪ tendər spɔt
a tight spotnoun USA: eɪ' taɪ't spɔ't UK: eɪ taɪt spɔt
evilly reputed spotexp UK: iːvəliː rɪpjuːtɪd spɔt
in a spotexp USA: ɪ'n eɪ' spɔ't UK: ɪn eɪ spɔt
on the spot!exp USA: ɔ'n ðiː· spɔ't UK: ɔn ðiː spɔt
on the spotexp USA: ɔ'n ðiː· spɔ't UK: ɔn ðiː spɔt
    1. You could be sacked on the spot for stealing.
        1. Lopásért azonnal kirúghatnak.
        1. Lopásért azonnal kirúghatnak.
touch the spotexp USA: tʌ'tʃ ðiː· spɔ't UK: tʌtʃ ðiː spɔt
just a spot of whiskyexp USA: ʤʌ·st eɪ' spɔ't ʌ·v hwɪ'skiː· UK: ʤʌst eɪ spɔt ɔv wɪskiː
character without spot or stainexp USA: ke'rɪ·ktəː· wɪ"ðaʊ't spɔ't əː· steɪ'n UK: kærəktər wɪðaʊt spɔt ɔːr steɪn
have a soft spot for syexp USA: hæ'v eɪ' sɔ'ft spɔ't frəː· saɪ'
break out into spotsexp USA: breɪ'k aʊ't ɪ"ntʌ· spɔ'ts UK: breɪk aʊt ɪntuː spɔts
be in a tight spotexp USA: biː· ɪ'n eɪ' taɪ't spɔ't UK: biː ɪn eɪ taɪt spɔt
put sy on the spotexp USA: pʊ't saɪ' ɔ'n ðiː· spɔ't
put sy on the spotv USA: pʊ't saɪ' ɔ'n ðiː· spɔ't
remain rooted to the spotv USA: riː·meɪ'n ruː'tʌ·d tʌ· ðiː· spɔ't UK: rɪmeɪn ruːtɪd tuː ðiː spɔt
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