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Translation of marcar in English:

verbo transitivo

also: marcarse verbo pronominal

  • 1marcarse el pelo (causativo)
    to have one's hair set
    to set one's hair
  • 2 (Náutica)
    to take a bearing
Example sentences
  • Así Ecuador quiere marcar su pasó en el Mundial.
  • En Wanderers terminó siendo titular y marcado varios goles importantes.
  • A ambos se les criticó que solo marquen goles en Europa.

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