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Definition of "marks" []

  • A visible impression, stain, etc, on a surface, such as a spot or scratch (noun)
  • A sign, symbol, or other indication that distinguishes something (noun)
  • A cross or other symbol made instead of a signature (noun)
  • A written or printed sign or symbol, as for punctuation (noun)
  • A letter, number, or percentage used to grade academic work (noun)
  • A thing that indicates position or directs; marker (noun)
  • A desired or recognized standard (noun)
  • An indication of some quality, feature, or prowess (noun)
  • Quality or importance; note (noun)
  • A target or goal (noun)
  • Impression or influence (noun)
  • One of the temperature settings on a gas oven (noun)
  • Model, brand, or type (noun)
  • A variation on a particular model (noun)
  • A suitable victim, esp for swindling (noun)
  • One of the intervals distinctively marked on a sounding lead (noun)
  • An action in which a player standing inside his own 22m line catches a forward kick by an opponent and shouts "mark", entitling himself to a free kick (noun)
  • A catch of the ball from a kick of at least 10 yards, after which a free kick is taken (noun)
  • (in medieval England and Germany) a piece of land held in common by the free men of a community (noun)
  • To make or receive (a visible impression, trace, or stain) on (a surface) (verb)
  • To characterize or distinguish (verb)
  • To set boundaries or limits (on) (verb)
  • To select, designate, or doom by or as if by a mark (verb)
  • To put identifying or designating labels, stamps, etc, on, esp to indicate price (verb)
  • To pay heed or attention to (verb)
  • To observe; notice (verb)
  • To grade or evaluate (scholastic work) (verb)
  • To stay close to (an opponent) to hamper his or her play (verb)
  • To keep (score) in some games (verb)
  • The shout given by a player when calling for a mark (exclamation)
  • Plural form of mark. (noun)

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  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of mark. (verb)

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Use "marks" in a sentence
  • "All company or product names used are the property of their respective owners and may be the trade marks ™, service marks (SM), or registered marks® of other companies, and are used for information purposes only and to their owners 'benefit, without intent to infringe.www. imagexpres.com) is a digital imaging and printing company, headquartered in Rochester, NY."
  • "Her term marks Liberia's most peaceful period since 1980, when a coup by Samuel Doe, a former army sergeant, ended 160 years of rule by descendants of American slaves."
  • "Survivors such as Maulvi Hekmat — the title marks his status as a religious scholar — have fled their city residences, moving with families to makeshift barracks inside Kandahar's military cantonment."