1. (formal) (blot)
Mi abuela era una mujer recta, que trabajó duro y vivió una vida sin mácula.My grandmother was an upright woman, who worked hard and lived a life without blemish.
b. taint (literary)
Es un hombre honrado, y tiene una reputación sin mácula.He's an honest man, and he has no taint on his reputation.
Cometió un error y la despidieron, lo que supone una mácula en su hasta ahora intachable currículum.She made a mistake and was fired, which means a stain on her so far impeccable CV.
a. blind spot
La mácula del ojo te permite percibir los distintos colores.The blind spot in your eye allows you to perceive the different colors.
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