Noun(1) a blemish made by dirt(2) an act that brings discredit to the person who does it
Verb(1) dry (ink(2) make a spot or mark onto
(1) Rather than employing digital trickery or using the old-fashioned method of re-editing, he elected to blot out the offending material by a huge red block.(2) But the long-term effects appeared to be a new blot on his already tarnished record and a setback for the opposition, which failed to keep its promise of a nonviolent demonstration.(3) Keep clean cloths nearby and blot away pools of stain that might be near the painters' tape.(4) We have the means and enough reasons to blot this bogeyman out of existence.(5) For each dot blot , bovine protein extract was loaded as a negative control and human saliva as a positive control.(6) It appears this is quite acceptable to an establishment that was too fastidious to allow clever and dedicated men without a blot on their characters, who happened to be hereditary peers, to legislate for us.(7) You blot these cases out of your memory as soon as you have done them.(8) an ink blot(9) Author David K. Wyatt shows no fear and honestly describes the self indulgences, cronyism and corruption that have been a blot on this nation's politics for many, many decades.(10) After collecting the last samples, protein extracts were prepared and protein gel blot was performed.(11) The closest thing to a blot on the Private Eye editor's escutcheon seems to be his failure to seek planning permission for alterations to his 16th century timber-framed home.(12) This is a man who was deputy national security advisor, national security advisor to Ronald Reagan, chairman of the joint chiefs, and here he considers this a blot on his record of public service.(13) The protein blot results for these high-expressing lines are shown in Figure 5B.(14) The blackness in his heart seeped into every bone - as an ink blot spreads its stain across a page.(15) Then, dip the sponge into the glaze and then blot off all extra paint with newspaper or paper towels.(16) The damage done by the road construction is a blot on the page of our proud military history.
(1) blot out :: udslette
1. spot ::
få øje på
2. blemish ::
3. smear ::
4. soak up ::
5. tarnish ::
6. spot ::
få øje på
Different Formsblot, blots
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