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marked US English

Having a visible mark

mark1 US English

Make (a visible impression or stain) on

well marked US English

Easy to distinguish or recognize; clearly defined

marked man US English

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

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 someone/something down in mark1 US English

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

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 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)

marked US Thesaurus

we see a marked improvement in Sally's grades

marked English-Spanish

marcado, notable, notorio

a marked man in marked English-Spanish

un hombre fichado

a letter marked 'personal' in personal English-Spanish

una carta marcada 'personal'

the price is marked on the lid in mark English-Spanish

el precio va marcado en la tapa

a period marked by constant riots in mark English-Spanish

un período caracterizado por constantes disturbios

he marked my essay 13 out of 20 in mark English-Spanish

me puso 13 sobre 20 en el trabajo

it was right, but he marked it wrong in mark English-Spanish

estaba bien, pero lo marcó como erróneo

the judges marked her performance very high in mark English-Spanish

los jueces le dieron un puntaje muy alto

he displayed a marked reluctance to intervene in reluctance English-Spanish

no parecía en absoluto deseoso de intervenir

this film marked the coming-of-age of cinema in coming-of-age English-Spanish

con esta película el cine llegó a su mayoría de edad

the discovery marked a new epoch in medicine in epoch English-Spanish

el descubrimiento marcó un hito en la historia de la medicina

the male's throat is marked with two white bars in mark English-Spanish

el macho tiene dos franjas blancas en el cuello

she's been marked down as a future minister in mark English-Spanish

ha sido señalada como futura ministra

the contrast could hardly have been more marked in marked English-Spanish

el contraste difícilmente podría haber sido mayor

his face was marked by the ravages of time in ravages English-Spanish

el tiempo había hecho estragos en su rostro

her later work is marked by self-indulgence in self-indulgence English-Spanish

su obra posterior se caracteriza por un exceso de florituras estilísticas


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