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Definition of mark you in English:

chiefly British Used to emphasize a statement: I was persuaded, against my better judgement, mark you, to vote for him
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  • This statement, mark you, is made by a man who is described at the foot of the article as the Washington Post's book critic.
  • I suppose if I were to take a full time teaching post then I could have a nice hefty mortgage and afford a house of decent proportions… not on the salary, mark you, but on the combination of salary and equity from this house.
  • Yet we expect officials to train themselves, prepare themselves and make the important decisions week in and week out for #310 a game - and that, mark you, is for the top referees.
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