Remark

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Definition

a remark: a comment, an observation
noun
the closing remarks the conclusion, the final comments

to remark that: to observe that, to comment that
verb
Polly remarked that Philip seemed particularly tired today. She made that comment this morning.

Examples

  • "The Conservative Party, of which Sir Bear has been a member since birth, has distanced itself from the MP's remarks."
  • "Rest assured that I will take into account your remarks concerning Susan's timetable."
  • "Below I have included a few remarks which you might find helpful in re-evaluating the contributions of Miss Bliss to your company."
  • "In any case, to respond to your remark, yes our forecast was a bit off the mark."
  • "Susie throws coffee over Philip for making obscene remark."
  • "Below I have included a few remarks which summarize my experience with Icarus."
  • "Moreover, your sexist remarks were completely unacceptable – they expose an attitude that worries me almost as much as Doris's inability to do her job."

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