fläck

fläck
substantiv
1. snavset plet (også i overført betydning)

Fläcken går bort i tvätten

Pletten forsvinder i vask

2. del af flade hvor farve og struktur afviger fra omgivelserne

Många kor har en vit fläck i pannan

Mange køer har en hvid plet i panden

Vad betyder solens fläckar för klimatet?

Hvad betyder solens pletter for klimaet?

3. om sygdomssymptomer

Missfärgade fläckar på kroppen kan vara farliga

Misfarvede pletter på kroppen kan være farlige

mögelfläck; skönhetsfläck; smutsfläck

mugplet; skønhedsplet; snavset plet

Inte komma (röra sig) ur fläcken

Ikke komme ud af stedet

En vit fläck på kartan

En hvid plet på landkortet, et ukendt område

Blinda fläcken

Den blinde plet

Gula fläcken

Den gule plet

På fläcken

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