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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishspottingspot‧ting /ˈspɒtɪŋ $ ˈspɑː-/ noun   bird-spotting/train-spotting etc
Examples from the Corpus
spottingShe can also turn her hand to mending and spotting.Get the children to take their autograph book as there should be an opportunity to do some celebrity spotting.I would have thought Centre half one of the more easier positions for talent spotting.He's in London doing some talent spotting.They did not have any trouble spotting Harriet and Cybil because they were the only two people there.They are added to rinse water to speed up drying and to achieve shiny finish without spotting, smearing or other blemishes.
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