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Translation of "mark" - English-Turkish dictionary

mark

verb     /mɑːk/
HAPPEN [T]
If an event marks the beginning, end, etc of something, it causes it, or happens at the same time as it. belirlemek, işaret etmek, göstermek His death marks the end of an era in television.Signs, signals and symbolsSpecific signs and symbols
CELEBRATE [T]
If you mark an occasion, you do something to celebrate it. belirtmek, göstermek They've declared Tuesday a national holiday to mark the 10th anniversary of Independence.Showing respect and admirationRemembering, reminding and reminders
SHOW A PLACE [T]
B2 to show where something is by drawing or putting something somewhere (çizerek) işaretlemek, belirtmek, göstermek I've marked my street on the map for you.Showing and demonstrating
GIVE RESULTS [I, T]
B2 to check a piece of work or an exam, showing mistakes and giving a letter or number to say how good it is değerlendirmek, not vermek, puan vermek to mark essays Marks and results
DIRTY [T]
to leave an area of dirt on something kirli bırakmak, kirletmek Making things dirty and untidy
(Definition of mark verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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