|détacher englanniksi||spot fr, tear fr, untie fr, unbind fr, detach fr|
: The leopard is noted for the spots of color in its fur.
: I have tried everything, and I can’t get this spot out.
: That morning, I saw that a spot had come up on my chin.
: I think shes got chicken pox; shes covered in spots.
: Would you like to come round on Sunday for a spot of lunch?
: Heres the twenty bucks I owe you, a ten spot and two five spots.
: I like to eat lunch in a pleasant spot outside.
: For our anniversary we went back to the same spot where we first met.
*: That spot to which I point is Paradise.
*: "A jolly place," said he, "in times of old! / But something ails it now: the spot is cursed."
*: Yachvilli made it 6-0 with a second sweet strike from 45 metres after Matt Stevens was penalised for collapsing a scrum, and then slid another penalty just wide from the same spot.
: The fans were very unhappy with the referees spot of the ball.
: Did you see the spot on the news about the shoelace factory?
: She was in a real spot when she ran into her separated husband while on a date.
: - Youve misspelled "terrapin" here.
: - Whoops. Good spot.
: Twelve spot two five pounds sterling. (ie. £12.25)
: Try to spot the differences between these two pictures.
: I’ll spot you ten dollars for lunch.
: Hard water will spot if it is left on a surface.
: a garment spotted with mould
: I spotted the carpet where the child dropped spaghetti.
: I can’t do a back handspring unless somebody spots me.
: Most figure skaters do not spot their turns like dancers do.
*: My virgin life no spotted thoughts shall stain.
*: If ever I shall close these eyes but once, / May I live spotted for my perjury.
: The referee had to spot the pink on the blue spot.
: spot wheat; spot cash
*: He suffered, poor man, at seeing her so badly dressed, with laceless boots, and the arm-holes of her pinafore torn down to the hips; for the charwoman took no care of her.
: ux|en|He tore his coat on the [[nail]].
: ux|en|He has a torn ligament.
: ux|en|He tore some muscles in a weight-lifting accident.
: ux|en|He was torn by conflicting emotions.
: ux|en|A piece of debris tore a tiny straight channel through the satellite.
: ux|en|His boss will tear him a new one when he finds out.
: ux|en|The artillery tore a gap in the line.
: ux|en|Tear the coupon out of the newspaper.
: ux|en|The slums were torn down to make way for the new development.
: ux|en|My dress has torn.
: ux|en|He went tearing down the hill at 90 miles per hour.
: ux|en|The tornado lingered, tearing through town, leaving nothing upright.
: ux|en|He tore into the backlog of complaints.
: ux|en|The chain shot tore into the approaching line of infantry.
: A small tear is easy to mend, if it is on the seam.
: ux|en|There were big tears rolling down Lisas cheeks.
: ux|en|Ryan wiped the tear from the paper he was crying on.
*: Let Araby extol her happy coast, / Her fragrant flowers, her trees with precious tears.
*: some melodious tear
: Her eyes began to tear in the harsh wind.
: to untie a knot
*: Sacharissas captive fain / Would untie his iron chain.
*: Though you untie the winds, and let them fight / Against the churches.
*: All the evils of an untied tongue we put upon the accounts of drunkenness.
*: They quicken sloth, perplexities untie.
*: Unbinds the specified key from a command
: to detach the tag from a newly purchased garment
: to detach a ship from a fleet, or a company from a regiment