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marked US English

Having a visible mark

marked US Thesaurus

we see a marked improvement in Sally's grades

mark1 US English

Make (a visible impression or stain) on

marked man US English

A person who is singled out for special treatment, especially to be harmed or killed

well marked US English

Easy to distinguish or recognize; clearly defined

be marked in mark1 US English

Characterize as having a particular quality or feature

re-mark US English

Mark (an examination paper or piece of academic work) again

mark time in mark1 US English

(Of troops) march on the spot without moving forward

mark time US English

(Of troops) march on the spot without moving forward

pockmark US English

Cover or disfigure with pockmarks

scent mark US English

(Of a mammal) deposit a scent mark

mark something off in mark1 US English

Put a line by or through something written or printed on paper to indicate that it has passed or been dealt with

mark something down in mark1 US English

(Of a retailer) reduce the indicated price of an item

mark something up in mark1 US English

(Of a retailer) add a certain amount to the cost of goods to cover overhead and profit

mark something down US English

(Of a retailer) reduce the indicated price of an item

mark something up US English

(Of a retailer) add a certain amount to the cost of goods to cover overhead and profit

mark someone/something down in mark1 US English

Reduce the number of marks awarded to a student, candidate, or their work

mark someone out for in mark1 US English

Select or destine someone for (a particular role or condition)

mark someone down as in mark1 US English

Judge someone to be (a particular type or class of person)