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marked
American English: /mɑrkt/
British English: /mɑːkt/

Translation of marked in Spanish:

adjective

  • 1.1 (pronounced)
    (difference/improvement)
    (accent)
    the contrast could hardly have been more marked
    el contraste difícilmente podría haber sido mayor or más acusado
    Example sentences
    • She said the school has shown a marked improvement this year in their efforts to retain the green flag.
    • Demand in Waterford City Centre for good retail locations is extremely strong and there has been a marked scarcity of suitable properties.
    • Intensive immunization campaigns have resulted in a marked decrease in polio throughout the world.
    1.2a marked man
    un hombre fichado

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