عيب, خلل, علة عيبشوه, تراجع, شحب, رجف
Noun(1) a mark or flaw that spoils the appearance of something (especially on a person's body
Verb(1) mar or spoil the appearance of(2) mar or impair with a flaw(3) add a flaw or blemish to; make imperfect or defective
(1) Every blemish , every flaw, every hair is replicated.(2) This failing, however, is only a minor blemish on a noble endeavor well executed.(3) This at a time when the political press was treating every blemish in Gore's moral complexion as if it were a cancerous tumor.(4) The mental lapse that led to this deficit was the only blemish on Berden's sound professional performance.(5) Celtic's easy, 5-1 victory at Parkhead in October was an uncharacteristic blemish on Kilmarnock's recent record in the fixture.(6) A blemish even gives the appearance of a nail on the extended digit.(7) I'm neither a human being nor an animal, I'm just an affront, a disgrace, a blemish that has to be hidden.(8) So dirt has morphed from moral blemish to commodity, and with it a market has been born.(9) the offenses were an uncharacteristic blemish on an otherwise clean record(10) Failure to recognize this in the Caldwell decision was a major blemish that drew subsequent discussions away from the moral basis of the test itself.(11) ├ö├ç├┐I know,├ö├ç├û I began, examining what looked like a new blemish appearing on my forehead.(12) Insofar as this is a human foible, a mere unsightly blemish on the doctrine of RC, I give it a lot of slack.(13) local government is not without blemish(14) He might even spot a blemish in your game when you are about 120 not out.(15) None of the parties is without fault or blemish of one kind or another.(16) He'll heal a few wounds while not taking away the main blemish that rests on him that he's tainted by association with Kohl.
(1) bleep :: بليب
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