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mark you British & World English

Used to emphasize a statement

mark you in mark1 British & World English

Used to emphasize a statement

mark something up in mark1 British & World English

Annotate or correct text for printing, keying, or typesetting

mark something up British & World English

Annotate or correct text for printing, keying, or typesetting

mark something off in mark1 British & World English

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

mark someone/thing down in mark1 British & World English

Reduce the number of marks awarded to a person or their work

mark someone out for in mark1 British & World English

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

mark someone down as in mark1 British & World English

Judge someone to be (a particular type of person)

mark1 British & World English

Notice or pay careful attention to

(you) mark my words! in mark English-Spanish

¡ya verás!, ¡vas a ver!

but she has lied before, mark you! in mark English-Spanish

pero ten en cuenta que nos ha mentido antes

he'll end up in trouble, you mark my words in word English-Spanish

va a terminar mal, acuérdate de lo que te digo


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