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We found him sitting in a sunny spot in the garden.
Flowers mark the spot where the accident happened.
The king himself had stood on this very spot.
There is a sore spot on my head where I bumped it.
one of the region’s best-known tourist spots
a spot that is popular with clubbers
a pattern of spots and stripes
spots of yellow
The flower is yellow with red spots.
a spot of paint on the step
The team has no chance of a spot in the top five.
The book occupied the number-one bestseller spot for four months.
She was given a five-minute spot on a local radio show.
There was still time for a spot of shopping and sightseeing.
I’d invited her round for a spot of lunch.
We’d had a spot of trouble with the police.
The bad weather had put us in a bit of a spot.
I felt a few spots of rain on my face.