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"marked" in British English

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markedadjective

uk   /mɑːkt/ us   /mɑːrkt/
(Definition of marked from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"marked" in American English

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markedadjective

us   /mɑrkt/
obvious or noticeable: There was a marked improvement in my health when I started exercising.
markedly
adverb us   /ˈmɑr·kɪd·li/
Eyewitness accounts differed markedly from police reports of the incident.
(Definition of marked from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"marked" in Business English

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markedadjective

uk   /mɑːkt/ us  
very obvious: more/less marked In the US, the fall has been even more marked, from 10.1 per cent in September to 6.6 per cent.a marked slowdown/increase/change There has been a marked slowdown in revenue growth.
written or printed on something: Everything in the store is being offered at 20% less than the marked price.
markedly
adverb
Pretax profits were markedly below analysts' estimates.
(Definition of marked from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “marked”
in Chinese (Simplified) 明显的,显着的…
in Turkish göze çarpan, belirgin, bariz…
in Russian заметный, явный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 明顯的,顯著的…
in Polish znaczny, wyraźny…
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“marked” in British English

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