black spot ( black spots plural ) , blackspot
1 n-count If you describe a place, time, or part of a situation as a black spot, you mean that it is particularly bad or likely to cause problems.
There are recognised black spots in marriages which can lead to trouble...
2 n-count A black spot is a place on a road where accidents often happen.
The accident happened on a notorious black spot on the A43.
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