There are 2 translations of blot in Spanish:

blot1

Pronunciation: /blɑːt; blɒt/

n

  • 1.1 (of ink) borrón (m), manchón (m)
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    • The blackness in his heart seeped into every bone - as an ink blot spreads its stain across a page.
    • I've now decided this is some kind of Rorschach test for my brain, a series of ink blots and blotches spilling out of my head and onto a screen.
    • Its white breast was bordered by broad dark swaths and had a dark blot right in the center.
    1.2 (blemish)blot (on sth) a blot on one's escutcheon (esp BrE) [liter & hum] una mancha or una tacha en su ( or mi etc) honor the factory is a blot on the landscape la fábrica afea or estropea el paisaje
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    • Today relieved residents - who claimed the mast would pose unacceptable health risks and create a blot on the landscape - were celebrating a ‘victory for common sense.’
    • Opponents claim that the 100 metre-high turbines, along with the transmission lines, underground cables and substations needed to transmit the electricity to the main network, are a blot on the landscape.
    • ‘It's within a stone's throw of the Leeds-Liverpool canal conservation area, a listed mill building, a popular walking route and it would be a blot on the landscape,’ he said.

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There are 2 translations of blot in Spanish:

blot2

vt (-tt-)

  • 1.1 (stain, smear) [page/word] emborronar, borronear
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    • Walls were blotted with absorbent paper before being lowered into the oil.
    • Sculptured finishes may require use of a soft nylon - bristled brush in a rotating motion to get the detergent solution into all the crevices; blot up with absorbent cloth or paper towel, and rinse.
    • Fresh material was rinsed in deionized water and blotted carefully with tissue paper.
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    • And towering above them all, you have one of the dozens of cranes that continue to blot our capital's skyline, and no doubt will continue to do so for years to come.
    • My hand is shaking as I write, and I fear that these pages will be blotted.
    • Some of the ink had blotted already, spattered with black blood as it was - but it was still readable.
    1.2 (dry) [signature/ink] secar* (con papel secante)

Phrasal verbs

blot out

v + o + adv, v + adv + o
[word] tachar; [view] tapar; [past/memory] borrar I wish I could blot him out of my mind ojalá me pudiera olvidar de él

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