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A small area on a surface having a different color from its surroundings, typically one caused by damage or dirt
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“Coffee dribbled down the side of Bill's cheek, and he would throw his hands up in the air in despair after noticing a mark on his crisp, white shirt.”
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A visual symbol or emblem that acts as a trademark or a means of identification
“This mark will be displayed on all of the bank's ATMs so that customers can easily identify them.”
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A line, figure, or symbol made as an indication or record of something
“The mark looked like the symbol for life that the mystics had created years ago.”
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A sign or indication of a quality or characteristic
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“The capacity for sympathy is the true mark of a civilized society.”
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A standard against which others of the same type are compared
“He also helped set three relay world records and lowered his own mark in the 400 meters freestyle.”
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An intended goal or target
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“This makes it difficult to say when a particular quatrain has missed or hit its mark.”
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A level or stage that is considered significant
“He was part of a small group that made a decisive break shortly after the 80km mark of the trek.”
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A number representing a grade or score in an examination or competition
“At the end of the course of study, candidates receive a mark from one to seven in each subject.”
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A significant impression or influence from an event or occurrence
“He climbed into the tiny cockpit of an aircraft and started off on a flight that would leave its mark on him forever.”
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A person or thing that is the object of ridicule or criticism
“In the wake of the scandal, the disgraced minister would become a popular mark of late-night comedians.”
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A written symbol made on a document
“He signed his mark in the visitors' book.”
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An indication or sign of a situation
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A person or thing that is the object of ridicule or criticism
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The state of being illustrious
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Footprint (an impression made by a foot)
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The name or trademark of a fashion company
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A mark (✓) used to indicate that an item in a list or text is correct or has been chosen, checked, or dealt with
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A label that provides information
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An object or feature of a landscape or town that is easily seen and recognized from a distance, especially one that enables someone to establish their location
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Pause
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An official mark or signature on a letter or parcel, indicating that postage has been paid or does not need to be paid
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The centre of a target
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A category of people or things having common characteristics
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An ugly or misshapen feature or characteristic
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A long, narrow band or strip differing in colour or texture from the surface on either side of it
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A notional limit or boundary
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A non-specific rule or principle that provides direction to action or behaviour
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Usually refers to someone who gives money to a charity or another form of organization
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A note by way of explanation or comment added to a text or diagram
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A tall, square, tapered, stone monolith topped with a pyramidal point, frequently used as a monument
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A word or set of words by which a person or thing is known, addressed, or referred to
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A person new to and inexperienced in a job or situation
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A thing that is very easily done
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Careful attention
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Writing with a pen or pencil
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A sign or warning of something to come
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A publication, version or launch of a given product
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A short twisting or wiggling line or mark
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To indicate in some way for later reference
“Can you mark the sections of the report that are relevant to this case?”
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To label with one's name or brand
“It was a shared fridge, and we were required to mark our individual items clearly.”
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To notice or pay careful attention to
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“It won't happen overnight, but it will happen. You mark my words!”
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To blemish, scratch, or stain with a mark
“Following the wild party, wine and grease would mark the floor.”
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To be an indication of (a significant event or stage)
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“If the Erskine scheme comes to pass, it will mark a significant change in fortunes for similar proposals.”
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(marked by) To characterize as having a particular quality or feature
“In each instance, his works are marked by a high level of technical skill.”
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(British) To grade or evaluate academic work
“The teacher will mark your assignment once it has been submitted.”
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To celebrate or commemorate an occasion or its anniversary
“We all agreed that we should hold a celebration to mark the historic event.”
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To note or record in writing
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Mark the names of each individual as I read them aloud.”
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To direct one's gaze
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To put into italics
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(something) To take into account before making a judgment call
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Mark or dot with small patches of colour or particles of something
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Make notches in
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To affix or impress a pattern or mark on a surface, object, document, or figuratively in one's mind
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To indicate or be a foreshadow of
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To draw, trace, or define the outer edge or shape of
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Break blood vessel
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To make singular
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To choose or select
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To characterize as disgraceful or ignominious
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To point or direct (an object)
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To use powdered chalk to mark the lines on a playing field
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To touch, mark, or move with the thumb
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To set apart for a special use