Překlady & příklady
Příklady použití pro "spot" v českém jazyce
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EnglishYou can also move clips from one spot to another, split clips, or combine clips.
EnglishThese political gimmicks are easy to spot but this does not make them acceptable.
EnglishNo, liespotters are armed with scientific knowledge of how to spot deception.
EnglishPM: Okay, those head shakes are much easier to spot once you know to look for them.
EnglishYou can either claim on the spot in Slovenia, or wait until you get back home in Austria.
EnglishIf a tile isn't fitting in the spot you want, you can make it larger or smaller.
EnglishJust remember that single acne spot that crippled you for several days.
EnglishFirst of all, those who are on the spot will tell us clearly what they need.
EnglishThey've got so much sunk in it that it's very difficult for them to spot emerging new markets.
EnglishThe official control system in China was verified on the spot by three Commission inspections.
EnglishWe should be encouraged by this small white spot in the middle of the map of Europe.
EnglishSudan is still a trouble spot, and in the north there is the omnipresent radical Islamism.
EnglishThe brightest spot in China, which you can see on the edge of the outline here, is Hong Kong.
EnglishHowever, you have a blind spot, which is the administration of the European Parliament.
EnglishThe international aid organisations on the spot were looking after them.
EnglishThe inspectors said it must be over there in a particular spot where the system had shown it to be.
EnglishIf such spots are seen, the passengers in question are checked separately on the spot.
EnglishAdvertising is a short-form medium, glimpsed on a page or in a 30-second video spot.
EnglishElectric vehicles help renewable energies, which have a weak spot: they are irregular.
EnglishAnd there are two different ways that you can spot whether some data has gone missing in action.