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Clearly noticeable
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Considerable though not outstanding in size or amount
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Bearing exclusiveness
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Unusually good or remarkable
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Clearly expressed or identified
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Marked
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Marked by fire or intense heat
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Having lines
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Dirty with stains
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Having a surface marked by pits
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(of a feeling or emotion) Showing a heartfelt and powerful intensity
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Covered in blotches
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That serves to distinguish
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Marked in outline
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Offered or mentioned at a stated price
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Noticed
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Tinged or shaded
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Having a striking appearance or style, typically by being excessively bright, colourful, or ostentatious
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Very strong
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Limited in number
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Having streaks or stripes
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Having a pattern considered attractive appearing on a section
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(of a text or diagram) Supplied with notes giving explanation or comment
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Having exact and discernible physical limits or form
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(of an increase) Sudden and dramatic
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Denotes a sudden or dramatic change in direction
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(a few or many) Not explicitly named but specified indeterminately
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Having been directed towards a target
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Divided
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To have been the setting or time of
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(with object) To have conveyed information
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Past tense for 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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Past tense for 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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Past tense for 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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Past tense for to blemish, scratch, or stain with a mark
“Following the wild party, wine and grease would mark the floor.”
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Past tense for to be an indication of (a significant event or stage)
“If the Erskine scheme comes to pass, it will mark a significant change in fortunes for similar proposals.”
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(marked by) Past tense for to characterize as having a particular quality or feature
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“In each instance, his works are marked by a high level of technical skill.”
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(British) Past tense for to grade or evaluate academic work
“The teacher will mark your assignment once it has been submitted.”
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Past tense for 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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Past tense for 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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Past tense for to direct one's gaze
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Past tense for to put into italics
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(something) Past tense for take into account before making a judgment call
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Past tense for to assign to a category
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Past tense for mark or dot with small patches of colour or particles of something
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Past tense for make notches in
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Past tense for to impress a pattern or mark on (a surface, object, or document) using an engraved or inked block or die
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Past tense for to use gestures to convey information or directions
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Past tense for to mark the limits or boundaries of something
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Past tense for break blood vessel; discolor
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Past tense for to make singular
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Past tense for to be an identifying characteristic or mark of
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Past tense for to map or draw out
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Past tense for to characterize as disgraceful or ignominious
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Past tense for to point or direct (an object)
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Past tense for to use powdered chalk to mark the lines on a playing field
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Past tense for to touch, mark, or move with the thumb
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Past tense for to set apart for a special use
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Past tense for to sign one's initial(s), as an abbreviated signature
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Past tense for to make a long, narrow superficial wound in the skin of
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Past tense for seal or mark off an area or thing with tape
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Past tense for to physically mark with something hot, such as a branding iron
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Past tense for to make a choice from a range of possibilities
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Past tense for to see or notice
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Past tense for to add annotation to
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Past tense for to make the sound of a chime
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Past tense for calculate the total number of
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Past tense for to section off a physical space or area
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Past tense for to have an emotional effect on
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Past tense for assign a time
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Past tense for to represent by a drawing, painting, or other art forms
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Past tense for to strike or pick up with the beak
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Past tense for endorse
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Past tense for to appoint or specify as a selection
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Past tense for to render comprehensible or understandable
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Past tense for to make hurtful and untrue comments about
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Past tense for to make (a groove, hole, or indentation) with or as if with a gouge
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Past tense for to make contact or communication with
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Past tense for to give or add flavour to by seasoning
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Past tense for to evaluate or estimate the extent, amount, or size of
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