Definition of fingermark in English:

fingermark

Line breaks: fin¦ger|mark
Pronunciation: /ˈfɪŋɡəmɑːk
 
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noun

A mark left on a surface by a dirty or greasy finger: this cleaner takes fingermarks and smudges off painted woodwork
More example sentences
  • As you did so, you noticed that one of them, the top one, had a dirty fingermark in the corner.
  • The coroner says ‘No, but there are impressions here like fingermarks.’
  • He clasped his thighs, trembling, and Sandrine was sure there would be bruises under those fingermarks tomorrow.

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