- n. 斑点；微粒，小片
- vt. 使起斑点；使有斑驳
- n. (Fleck)人名；(德、法、意、英、匈、罗)弗莱克
1. freckle <====> fleck.
2. 区别：flack, fleck, flick, flock.
3. flake => fleck.
- fleck (v.)
- late 14c., "to spot, stain, cover with spots," probably from Old Norse flekka "to spot," from Proto-Germanic *flekk- (cognates: Middle Dutch vlecke, Old High German flec, German Fleck), from PIE *pleik- "to tear" (see flay). Related: Flecked; flecking.
- fleck (n.)
- 1590s, "a mark on skin, a freckle," of uncertain origin; perhaps from fleck (v.) or else from a related word elsewhere in Germanic, such as Middle Dutch vlecke or Old Norse flekkr "a fleck, spot." From 1750 as "small particle," 1804 as "a patch, a spot" of any kind.
- 1. I pretended to rub a fleck of grit from one eye.
- 2. For every sin that he committed, astain would fleck and wreck its fairness.
- 每当他犯了罪, 就会出现些斑驳之处损害它的花客.
- 3. If go to beauty parlour fleck laser scar does?
- 4. Every fleck of light reminds me how much I've yet to see.
- 5. The garlic moss has no the yellow fleck and other virus.
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