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Meaning & Definition of Mark in English

English

Mark

/mɑrk/

noun

1. 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?"
    synonym:
  • mark
  • ,
  • grade
  • ,
  • score

2. A distinguishing symbol

  • "The owner's mark was on all the sheep"
    synonym:
  • marker
  • ,
  • marking
  • ,
  • mark

3. A reference point to shoot at

  • "His arrow hit the mark"
    synonym:
  • target
  • ,
  • mark

4. A visible indication made on a surface

  • "Some previous reader had covered the pages with dozens of marks"
  • "Paw prints were everywhere"
    synonym:
  • mark
  • ,
  • print

5. The impression created by doing something unusual or extraordinary that people notice and remember

  • "It was in london that he made his mark"
  • "He left an indelible mark on the american theater"
    synonym:
  • mark

6. A symbol of disgrace or infamy

  • "And the lord set a mark upon cain"--genesis
    synonym:
  • mark
  • ,
  • stigma
  • ,
  • brand
  • ,
  • stain

7. Formerly the basic unit of money in germany

    synonym:
  • mark
  • ,
  • German mark
  • ,
  • Deutsche Mark
  • ,
  • Deutschmark

8. Apostle and companion of saint peter

  • Assumed to be the author of the second gospel
    synonym:
  • Mark
  • ,
  • Saint Mark
  • ,
  • St. Mark

9. A person who is gullible and easy to take advantage of

    synonym:
  • chump
  • ,
  • fool
  • ,
  • gull
  • ,
  • mark
  • ,
  • patsy
  • ,
  • fall guy
  • ,
  • sucker
  • ,
  • soft touch
  • ,
  • mug

10. A written or printed symbol (as for punctuation)

  • "His answer was just a punctuation mark"
    synonym:
  • mark

11. A perceptible indication of something not immediately apparent (as a visible clue that something has happened)

  • "He showed signs of strain"
  • "They welcomed the signs of spring"
    synonym:
  • sign
  • ,
  • mark

12. The shortest of the four gospels in the new testament

    synonym:
  • Mark
  • ,
  • Gospel According to Mark

13. An indication of damage

    synonym:
  • scratch
  • ,
  • scrape
  • ,
  • scar
  • ,
  • mark

14. A marking that consists of lines that cross each other

    synonym:
  • crisscross
  • ,
  • cross
  • ,
  • mark

15. Something that exactly succeeds in achieving its goal

  • "The new advertising campaign was a bell ringer"
  • "Scored a bull's eye"
  • "Hit the mark"
  • "The president's speech was a home run"
    synonym:
  • bell ringer
  • ,
  • bull's eye
  • ,
  • mark
  • ,
  • home run

verb

1. Attach a tag or label to

  • "Label these bottles"
    synonym:
  • tag
  • ,
  • label
  • ,
  • mark

2. Designate as if by a mark

  • "This sign marks the border"
    synonym:
  • mark

3. Be a distinctive feature, attribute, or trait

  • Sometimes in a very positive sense
  • "His modesty distinguishes him from his peers"
    synonym:
  • distinguish
  • ,
  • mark
  • ,
  • differentiate

4. Mark by some ceremony or observation

  • "The citizens mark the anniversary of the revolution with a march and a parade"
    synonym:
  • commemorate
  • ,
  • mark

5. Make or leave a mark on

  • "The scouts marked the trail"
  • "Ash marked the believers' foreheads"
    synonym:
  • mark

6. To accuse or condemn or openly or formally or brand as disgraceful

  • "He denounced the government action"
  • "She was stigmatized by society because she had a child out of wedlock"
    synonym:
  • stigmatize
  • ,
  • stigmatise
  • ,
  • brand
  • ,
  • denounce
  • ,
  • mark

7. Notice or perceive

  • "She noted that someone was following her"
  • "Mark my words"
    synonym:
  • notice
  • ,
  • mark
  • ,
  • note

8. Mark with a scar

  • "The skin disease scarred his face permanently"
    synonym:
  • scar
  • ,
  • mark
  • ,
  • pock
  • ,
  • pit

9. Make small marks into the surface of

  • "Score the clay before firing it"
    synonym:
  • score
  • ,
  • nock
  • ,
  • mark

10. Establish as the highest level or best performance

  • "Set a record"
    synonym:
  • set
  • ,
  • mark

11. Make underscoring marks

    synonym:
  • score
  • ,
  • mark

12. Remove from a list

  • "Cross the name of the dead person off the list"
    synonym:
  • cross off
  • ,
  • cross out
  • ,
  • strike out
  • ,
  • strike off
  • ,
  • mark

13. Put a check mark on or near or next to

  • "Please check each name on the list"
  • "Tick off the items"
  • "Mark off the units"
    synonym:
  • check
  • ,
  • check off
  • ,
  • mark
  • ,
  • mark off
  • ,
  • tick off
  • ,
  • tick

14. Assign a grade or rank to, according to one's evaluation

  • "Grade tests"
  • "Score the sat essays"
  • "Mark homework"
    synonym:
  • grade
  • ,
  • score
  • ,
  • mark

15. Insert punctuation marks into

    synonym:
  • punctuate
  • ,
  • mark

Examples of using

They asked a question that was right on the mark.
No, a carrot is not so important enough that it needs an exclamation mark after it.
On your mark! Get set! Go!