English version

beauty spot

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbeauty spotˈbeauty spot noun [countable] British English  1 BEAUTIFUL/GOOD-LOOKINGa place in the countryside that is famous because it is very pretty Guests will be able to visit some of the local beauty spots.2 a small dark mark on a woman’s face – used when you think it is attractive syn beauty mark American English
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beauty spotCornelius observed that a beauty spot on her right thigh resembled the Isle of Lyonesse.Ted, who has lived for over thirty years in Yorkshire, will guide you to a different beauty spot every day.She wears a lot of makeup and even a false beauty spot on her cheek.The beauty spot brings back horrific memories for the couple; memories of a night they were not meant to survive.
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