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mark-upnoun [C or U]

also markup uk   /ˈmɑːkʌp/ us  
COMMERCE the amount by which the price of something is increased before it is sold again: Most products sold in those stores are sold at a 5% markup. Some states have laws forbidding the resale markup on tickets.
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IT the symbols used in some types of computer documents that control the way text appears on a screen or page, or the process of adding these symbols: XML markup has strict rules about what can go where. Use the right tags in your mark-up or the page will not display correctly.
(Definition of mark-up from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “mark-up”
in Chinese (Simplified) 加价幅度…
in Turkish fiyatı belirleyen artış miktarı, belirleyici miktar…
in Russian наценка…
in Chinese (Traditional) 加價幅度…
in Polish marża, narzut…
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