English definition of “mark”
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› [C] a symbol or sign which is used for showing where or what something is: For every customer who comes through the door, put a mark in this column.
› [S] a level that is important in some way: the million dollar/10-billion/30-minute, etc. mark The Dow Jones Index broke through the 5,100 mark.pass/top/exceed the ... mark Sales have already passed the million mark.
make a/your mark (on sth) › to have an important effect on something: He is beginning to make his mark on the shape and direction of the Wall Street firm. I was very ambitious, and I wanted to make a mark.
off the mark › not correct: His criticisms are way off the mark. You may only be guessing, but you are not far off the mark. › not at the level that was expected: It is difficult to pinpoint why sales are off the mark. Why are his projections so far off the mark?
up to the mark › good enough: Her latest batch of work just isn't up to the mark.
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Translations of “mark”
||لَطْخة, بُقْعة, دَرَجة…
||mark, point, tache…
||iz, leke, işaret…
|in Chinese (Traditional)
||пятно, след, оценка…
||ślad, plama, znak…
||marco, marca, nota…
||die Deutsche Mark, die Note, der Fleck…
|in Chinese (Simplified)