he fingered the photograph gently, careful not to mark it
it is made from a sort of woven surface which doesn't mark or tear
Write a word or symbol on (an object), typically for identification
she marked all her possessions with her name
an envelope marked “private and confidential.”
Write (a word or figure) on an object
she marked the date down on a card
Put a line by or through something written or printed on paper to indicate that it has passed or been dealt with
he marked off their names in a ledger
Show the position of
the top of the pass marks the border between Alaska and the Yukon
Separate or delineate (a particular section or area of something)
you need to mark out the part of the garden where the sun lingers longest
(of a particular quality or feature) Separate or distinguish (someone or something) from other people or things
his sword marked him out as an officer
Select or destine someone for (a particular role or condition)
the solicitor general marked him out for government office
Judge someone to be (a particular type or class of person)
she had marked him down as a liberal
Acknowledge, honor, or celebrate (an important event or occasion) with a particular action
to mark its fiftieth anniversary, the group held a fashion show
Be an indication of (a significant occasion, stage, or development)
the move to the new Globe theatre marked a new phase in Shakespeare’s writing career
Characterize as having a particular quality or feature
the reaction to these developments has been marked by a note of hysteria
(of a clock or watch) Show (a certain time)
his watch marked five past eight
(of a teacher or examiner) Assess the standard of (a piece of written work) by assigning points for proficiency or correct answers
the teachers are given adequate time to mark term papers
Reduce the number of marks awarded to a student, candidate, or their work
I was marked down for having skipped the last essay question
Notice or pay careful attention to
he'll leave you, you mark my words!
(of a player in a team game) Stay close to (a particular opponent) in order to prevent them getting or passing the ball
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
A denomination of weight for gold and silver, formerly used throughout western Europe and typically equal to 8 ounces (226.8 grams)
a number or letter indicating quality (especially of a student's performance); "she made good marks in algebra"; "grade A milk"; "what was your score on your homework?"
tag: attach a tag or label to; "label these bottles"
designate as if by a mark; "This sign marks the border"
marker: a distinguishing symbol; "the owner's mark was on all the sheep"
distinguish: be a distinctive feature, attribute, or trait; sometimes in a very positive sense; "His modesty distinguishes him from his peers"
target: a reference point to shoot at; "his arrow hit the mark"
Márk Rózsavölgyi (born Mordecai ("Motke") Rosenthal, 1789 Balassagyarmat - 23 January 1848, Pest) was a Hungarian composer and violinist. He has been called "the father of csárdás".
Characters from the 28 Days Later films (the films 28 Days Later and 28 Weeks Later and from the graphic novel '''') are listed below.
A mark is a skill in Australian rules football where a player cleanly catches (is deemed to have controlled the ball for sufficient time) a kicked ball that has travelled more than 15 metres without anyone else touching it or the ball hitting the ground.
The Mark (Dutch) or Marcq (French) is a river in Belgium, right tributary of the Dender. It rises south-west of Enghien, Hainaut. It passes through the homonymous village Marcq, Enghien and Galmaarden. The Mark flows into the Dender between Lessines and Geraardsbergen. ...
The word Mark, followed by number, is a common way to name a product in a production line, similar in meaning to "Type". It is often abbreviated as Mk or M. ...
The Mark is a single-hander sailing racing dinghy class. The design probably first appeared in the 1970s, at about the same time as the Laser, but never took off as a popular racing class. The Mark is 12 feet in length, with forward and side buoyancy compartments. ...
boundary, land in a boundary (obsolete) A boundary; a border or frontier. [9th-19th c.] (obsolete) A boundary-post or fence. [13th-18th c.] A stone or post used to indicate position and guide travellers. [from 14th c.] (archaic) A type of small region or principality. [from 18th c. ...
(marked) Having a visible or identifying mark. Of a playing card: having a secret mark on the back for cheating; Clearly evident; noticeable; conspicuous; Of a word, form, or phoneme: distinguished by a positive feature; singled out; suspicious; treated with hostility; the object of vengeance
(Mark S) No i dont, but people who do want there head testing!
(MARKED) A rabbit, usually white, which is broken up by an orderly placement of another color(s). Also includes rabbits which carry the Tan Pattern.
(MARKED) Information applied to a car by either stencil or decal.
(Marked) A feature grammatically represented in a language, such as when a morpheme takes an affix or sits near a particle with some grammatical meaning. The word mom's is marked as “possessive” in English. Common in synthetic languages. Chapter 1.
(Marked) Creatures that were created to serve the power of Zerom. They were orginally Earthains.
(Marked) Has stamps, highlighting or hand writing in the book.
(Marked) To be known to hold a particular card: "He was marked with the ♥Q."
(Marked) any method used to alter the face or edge of a card in order to be able to identify it from the marking at a later time.
(marked) A term often used to denote the more 'unusual' of a pair of features: the unmarked feature may be thought of as the 'default'. ...
(Marks) letters, numbers or characters placed on a package for the purpose of identification.
(MARKS) imperfections acquired after a coin is struck; marks can range from tiny to large and may be caused by other coins or foreign objects.