Definition Mark

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a mark: a spot, a stain; a sign, a symbol; a characteristic, a feature, a symptom

(a map) marked (with an "X"): (a map with an "X") drawn on, stamped on, written on
high marks good grades (in school)

to mark: to brand, to label; to grade, to correct, to assess; to stain


  • "And yes, even though several questions were marked "Not Done", I know that you would have answered those questions if you could have!"
  • "
    Susie: Other messages like marriage proposals, wire transfers from Nigerian princes, and absolutely all mails from Philip Cheeter, I mark as SPAM or delete immediately.
  • "Jean : No, Mark."
  • "Your performance on memory tests has impressed me from afar, and truly, when you checked the box marked "No need to review", it was then that I realized I could no longer keep my deep admiration for you a secret."
  • "Mark : How did you get that opportunity?"
  • "He has all the marks of the Brexit: His pale skin!"
  • "Items marked "VV" are vegan, and those marked "V" are suitable for vegetarians."
  • "Mark : Hey there, John!"
  • "Bruno had been poisoned and his body mutilated in many ways - cigarette burns, bullet wounds, stab wounds, teeth marks, etc."
  • "Mark : Do you like the class?"

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