|erased, wiped off; spotted, blotched||blotted|
|able to be erased, may be wiped away||erasable|
|act of spotting or staining; condition of being spotted or stained; spot or stain; condition of being marked with maculae, spotted markings, staining or being stained||maculation|
|African animal with very long neck, tall long-necked spotted mammal (native to Africa)||giraffe|
|American Indian tribe which inhabited southeastern Connecticut (was almost entirely wiped out during the Pequot War in 1637); member of the Pequot tribe, member of a Native N American people, Pequot language||Pequot|
|animal with blotched coat, bright cotton cloth, plain lightweight cotton fabric with figured pattern printed on one side; plain white cotton fabric (British usage); animal with spotted or color-patched coat (such as a cat), white cotton cloth||calico|
|at the back, close to the rear, posterior, female deer, spotted marine fish||hind|
|black-spotted white moth||leopard moth|
|brown skin spot, cover with freckles; spot; become freckled; become spotted, mark with freckles, small brownish-yellow spot on the skin caused by exposure to the sun; small spot or stain||freckle|
|butterfly with spotted wings, Camberwell beauty||mourning cloak|
|cancel a deletion, cancel a deletion; cancel an erasure or deletion, restore an erased file to usable condition by using an undelete procedure (Computers)||undelete|
|carriage dog, coach dog, dalmatian spotted dog, extinct Romance language, of or pertaining to Dalmatia (historic region in Croatia); of or pertaining to a breed of dog having a white coat marked with black or brown spots, resident of Dalmatia (historic...||Dalmatian|
|clouded leopard, heraldic figure of walking lion, large spotted cat, panther, large member of the cat family having either tawny spotted fur or black fur (native to Africa and southern Asia), see also:panther, see also:snow leopard||leopard|
|coloured; spotted neckerchief||belcher|
|common N American songbird, songbird that is native to North America and is known for its dark spotted plumage and unique song||whippoorwill|
|computer memory erased in blocks||flash memory|
|containing an indelible substance, permanent, unerasable, unremovable, cannot be easily erased||indelible|
|covered with dots, spotted, speckled; composed of a series of small dashes (about a line), covered with specks, increased in value by half, randomly arrayed||dotted|
|covered with flecks, spotted, speckled, streaked||flecked|
|cutthroat, N American spotted trout||cutthroat trout|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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