Definition of 'spotless'
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But their house looked spotless on their student grants. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Use a cloth inside and out to keep it spotless. The Sun (2013)She liked to keep the place spotless. No Way Home: A Cuban Dancer's Tale (2007)The eternal sunshine of the spotless mind. Times, Sunday Times (2014)They are all spotless and clean. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They do not smell - they are clean and keep their caravans spotless. The Sun (2006)So sweeping it'll leave your surfaces spotless. Times, Sunday Times (2006)A spotless house is like a hotel. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He also had on a dark green plaid lumber shirt over a spotless blue T-shirt and a clean pair of jeans. A Patchwork Garden: Unexpected Pleasures from a Country Garden (1990)Our house was absolutely spotless. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Now this morning he offers you his robe of righteousness that you might wear it and become spotless and clean and holy and acceptable in his eyes. Christianity Today (2000)MY boyfriend won't come to bed until the house is spotless. The Sun (2010)But you can keep the home spotless AND save money if you shop around. The Sun (2012)A spotless record of increasing dividends for 39 successive years adds to its allure. Times, Sunday Times (2011)When you look at who's won it before it's a pretty spotless track record. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Royal Family doesn't exactly have a spotless track record when it comes to choosing spouses. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He was leaning on a stick, and wearing Arab robes of spotless white. Times, Sunday Times (2012)So the house might be spotless, but the clients don't know if the dogs are being cared for. Times, Sunday Times (2015)As the first car owners in their family's history, these proud new owners usually keep their cars spotless. Times, Sunday Times (2016)
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Translations for 'spotless'
British English: spotless /ˈspɒtlɪs/ ADJECTIVE
Something that is spotless is completely clean.
Each morning cleaners make sure everything is spotless.
- American English: spotless
- Arabic: طَاهِر
- Brazilian Portuguese: imaculado
- Chinese: 完美无瑕的
- Croatian: besprijekoran
- Czech: čistý dokonale
- Danish: fuldstændig ren
- Dutch: vlekkeloos
- European Spanish: impecable
- Finnish: puhdas tahraton
- French: immaculé
- German: tadellos
- Greek: ακηλίδωτος
- Italian: immacolato
- Japanese: しみのない
- Korean: 아주 청결한
- Norwegian: flekkfri
- Polish: nieskazitelny
- European Portuguese: imaculado
- Romanian: imaculat
- Russian: без единого пятнышка
- Spanish: impecable
- Swedish: fläckfri
- Thai: สะอาดไม่มีตำหนิ
- Turkish: pırıl pırıl
- Ukrainian: чистий
- Vietnamese: sạch sẽ
Definition of spotless from the Collins English Dictionary
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