A small area on a surface having a different colour from its surroundings, typically one caused by damage or dirt
(Until the introduction of the euro in 2002) the basic monetary unit of Germany, equal to 100 pfennig; a Deutschmark
An Apostle, companion of St Peter and St Paul, traditional author of the second Gospel. Feast day, 25 April
a dirty mark on the tablecloth
Attributive designating an electronic communication system in which information is conveyed by the intermittent presence and absence of a signal.
Short for Deutschmark.
A symbol applied to products to indicate that they conform with relevant EU directives regarding health and safety or environmental protection.
Having importance or distinction
An unimportant, unsuccessful, or worthless person
Mark (an examination paper or piece of academic work) again
To mark (a building or other feature) so as to be identifiable from the air; to provide (an identifying sign) in this way.
A mark indicating the date; specifically a mark stamped or engraved on gold or silver plate, pottery, etc., denoting the year of manufacture or registration.
Chiefly in pass. To mark with a date.
A scratch, groove, or other mark produced by the action of ice, especially by glacial action during an ice age.
Of a person or animal: to be branded with a hot iron.
A mark made beside a pupil's name in a register to indicate that he or she has arrived late.
(Of a defender) to mark (a particular opposing attacker) closely.
A boat moored at a particular spot to serve as a navigational guide.
A milestone or other object placed to indicate the distance of a mile from a starting point or from another mark.
A mark, especially on a window sill, etc., made at the point where the sun is at noon, used to reckon the time.
A circular impression on the side of a piece of type, made by the ejection mechanism of the casting mould.
An identifying mark attached to pigeons before a particular race.
To supply (a pigeon) with a race mark.
A mark on a piece of cloth running in the direction of the warp, caused by a damaged or defective loom reed.
A mark produced on sheet metal as a result of rolling with an imperfect set of rollers.
A mark made or occurring on the skin of a person or animal.
A mark used to indicate or measure time.
A faint line impressed on to paper by the wires of the mould used during its manufacture.
A (real or invented) word used as a trade mark; a trade mark in the form of a word (as opposed to a design, a colour, etc.). Also: a word used in a distinctive style or font as the symbol of a company, institution, etc.
A person who is easy prey; a weakling or a sucker
A particular temperature level in a gas oven
A service stripe worn on the left sleeve of an enlisted person’s uniform to indicate three years of service in the army or four years in the navy
Informal term for macron.
Something which is particularly typical of or suitable for someone
(Of troops) march on the spot without moving forward
Used to emphasize a statement
A mark on a coin indicating the mint at which it was struck
The minimum mark needed to pass an examination
A long black mark left on a road surface by the tyres of a skidding vehicle
A reference mark or number indicating the class or subject of a book in a library and often its position on the library shelves.
A letter or group of letters used as a symbol or mark of identification.
An identifying mark struck by the maker on a piece of gold, silver, or plate.
Designed or suitable for detection by mark sensing.
Subjected to, or detected by, the process of mark sensing.
A sheet of paper recording marks obtained by a student, etc.
A mark made on parts of a device which fit together, to facilitate reassembly after dismantling.
A mark made by a needle, especially one made on the skin by injection of illegal drugs.
A minor school punishment.
A mark made with or by paint.
To mark with paint.