Definition of easy mark in English:

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easy mark

Entry from US English dictionary

noun

informal
A person who is easy prey; a weakling or a sucker: an easy mark for a grifter
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  • The teens are targeting prey they see as easy marks, people on their own and those affected by alcohol.
  • Either that, or some database somewhere has us listed as easy marks, and marks who actually pay their bills, too.
  • A few people, claiming to have marketing expertise, tell me it is well known that those who avoid marketers are typically easy marks.

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Syllabification: eas·y mark

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