Como dizer "Pintinha na pele" em inglês

Avatar do usuário vitor boldrin 525 5
Antes que de tudo eu lí esse post https://www.englishexperts.com.br/skin-occurrences/ ,mas qual a maneira certa de dizer pinta/pintinha e pinta cabeluda.
A melhor opção é usar spot?

Ex:
Eu tenho 3 pintinhas no meu braço.
Credo ela tem uma pinta cabeluda muito feia no rosto.
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Avatar do usuário PPAULO 38665 6 32 675
Usually we say birthmarks, (black/pink) spots may be used as well.
The latter is more used when related to talk about incipient skin diseases; not that it can´t be used to talk about spots like the ones that results from being exposed to the sun.

http://www.fitnesshealth101.com/images2 ... 260%29.jpg
http://mychildguide.net/uploads/image/cal.jpg
http://www.allure.com/beauty-trends/blo ... thmark.jpg
http://img.webmd.com/dtmcms/live/webmd/ ... t_spot.jpg

Medical jargon - pigmented birthmarks.

Sometimes it is a mole covered in hair, sometimes a few hairs, sometimes hairy.
as in:
http://www.aviva.co.uk/library/images/m ... es_006.jpg

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I have three little (black/pink etc) spots in my arm.

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Gosh/oh my! she have that ugly hairy mole/birthmark in the face!

Must have other ways, perhaps more polite to say that one, let´s wait then. Ah, and birthmark would be less, say, worrissome or even said in a flattering way. Depending on the case.

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Ah, "spots" suggest that little spots.

http://skingossip.com/wp-content/upload ... 922101.jpg
Avatar do usuário Gabi 705 1 1 13
Hiya!

Apart from the good suggestions (mole and birthmark) given by Paulo, you can also use 'freckle' depending on what kind of pigmented spot on skin you're talking about. =)
Avatar do usuário TheBigSpire 1060 1 6 25
Gabi escreveu:Hiya!

Apart from the good suggestions (mole and birthmark) given by Paulo, you can also use 'freckle' depending on what kind of pigmented spot on skin you're talking about. =)


I agree, but just to make it clear for the students looking for the specific terms, freckle means "sarda" ;)