English version

be spotted with something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe spotted with somethingbe spotted with somethingMARKto have small round marks or small pieces of something on the surface The windscreen was spotted with rain. spot
Examples from the Corpus
be spotted with somethingThe only doubt concerning whether she would succeed occurred before the tournament began, when she was spotted with a neck brace.The hardwood floor was spotted with droppings, but still in fine shape.Still joined, the central bone was spotted with gristle and blood.Clouds were gathering overhead and the windscreen was spotted with rain.East Eleventh and Twelfth Streets are spotted with smallish antique stores.The Saint was spotted with the movie star in a New York nightclub in 1998.
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