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    spot on cakes

    There is a cafe named "Spot on Cakes".

    How does the name feel for a native speaker: cakes have been spotted or a spot for cakes or supreme quality cakes?

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    Re: spot on cakes

    Being "spot on" means you are right, correct.

    A "spot" is also a location, so it could mean the place for cakes.

    Cute name

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    Re: spot on cakes

    Quote Originally Posted by susiedqq View Post
    Being "spot on" means you are right, correct.

    A "spot" is also a location, so it could mean the place for cakes.

    Cute name

    I know that... so what does it mean? Both?

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    Re: spot on cakes

    Quote Originally Posted by alikim View Post
    I know that... so what does it mean? Both?

    It's a play on words, as was explained above.

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