Translation of marker in Spanish:

marker

Pronunciation: /ˈmɑːrkər; ˈmɑːkə(r)/

n

  • 1.1 (to show position) indicador (masculine) (before noun/delante del nombre) marker buoy boya (feminine) indicadora
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    • The section start and end positions were indicated with marker posts on the side of the road plus a steel rod was driven into the pavement on the centre line.
    • He put it to the defendant that the granite post was a marker for disputed property and the defendant had removed it in a bid to claim the property.
    • Some of the coloured route markers are over-ruled by diversion signs.
    1.2marker (pen) rotulador (masculine) 1.3 [Education/Educación]persona que corrige exámenes etc
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    • There are too few teachers and examination markers.
    • For example, in the external assessment the markers are experienced teachers, trained by a chief examiner.
    • If the assessment is subjective, the level of agreement between markers must be tested in order to validate the process of marking.

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