Word: mark

Category: mark

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Related words: mark

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Synonyms: mark

blemish, streak, spot, fleck, dot, blot, stain, smear, speck, speckle, blotch, smudge, smut, fingermark, fingerprint, bruise, discoloration, birthmark, splotch, stigma, symbol, sign, character, diacritic, logo, seal, stamp, imprint, emblem, device, insignia, badge, brand, trademark, monogram, hallmark, logotype, watermark, point, level, stage, degree, token, indication, symptom, evidence, proof, impression, traces, effect, impact, influence, characteristic, feature, trait, attribute, quality, calling card, property, indicator, grade, grading, rating, score, percentage, target, goal, aim, bullseye, objective, object, end, print, scar, scratch, scrape, cross, crisscross, bull's eye, bell ringer, home run, fall guy, mug, chump, sucker, soft touch, patsy, gull, fool, marking, marker, deutsche mark

Translations: mark

spanish
signo, señal, seña, marca


german
dummkopf, marke, zensur, abdruck, mark, ...

french
signe, vestige, empreinte, cachet, indice, ...

italian
marcare, marchio, indizio, segnare, marca, ...

portuguese
margem, marca, ponto, ver, marcar, ...

dutch
merkteken, voorteken, merken, sein, wenk, ...

russian
подмечать, марка, жертва, помечать, отметка, ...

norwegian
tegn, merke, markere, kjennemerke

swedish
skylt, tecken, vink, märke, teckna, ...

finnish
huomata, tunnus, piiru, merkki, merkitä, ...

danish
tegn, mærke, karakter

czech
stopa, vyznačovat, označení, skvrna, cíl, ...

polish
zaznaczać, ślad, marek, oznaka, cel, ...

hungarian
osztályzat, kézjegy

turkish
marka, belirti, iz, baha, işaret

greek
σημαίνω, σημειώνω, βαθμός

ukrainian
морської, морською, морській, морський

albanian
shenjë, Mark, shënojë, të shënojë, marka

bulgarian
марка, марка на, знак за, белег

belarusian
знак, знакі

estonian
hinne, mark, markus, märkima

croatian
obilježiti, jedinica, oznaka, žig

icelandic
auðkenna, einkenni, einkunn

latin
nota, macula, signum

lithuanian
požymis, pažymys, ženklas

latvian
novērtējums, atzīme, pazīme

macedonian
знакот, марка, знак, ознака, Марк

romanian
prost, notă, semn

slovenian
známka, marek, označit, značka, marka

slovak
známka, označiť, značka, krik, marek, ...

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The meaning and "use of": mark

noun
  • a small area on a surface having a different color from its surroundings, typically one caused by accident or damage.
  • a line, figure, or symbol made as an indication or record of something.
  • a point awarded for a correct answer or for proficiency in an examination or competition.
  • (followed by a numeral) a particular model or type of a vehicle, machine, or device.
  • a target.
  • the basic monetary unit of Germany (until the introduction of the euro), equal to 100 pfennigs; a Deutschmark or, formerly, an Ostmark.
  • a former English and Scottish money of account, equal to thirteen shillings and four pence in the currency of the day.

verb
  • make (a visible impression or stain) on.
  • write a word or symbol on (an object), typically for identification.
  • show the position of.
  • (of a teacher or examiner) assess the standard of (a piece of written work) by assigning points for proficiency or correct answers.
  • notice or pay careful attention to.
  • (of a player in a team game) stay close to (a particular opponent) in order to prevent them getting or passing the ball.

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