Spanish translation of “mark”
mark noun /maːk/
› (also Deutsche Mark, Deutschmark /ˈdoitʃmaːk/) the standard unit of German currency before the euro.
› a point given as a reward for good work etc
She got good marks in the exam. › a stain
That spilt coffee has left a mark on the carpet. › a sign used as a guide to position etc
There’s a mark on the map showing where the church is. › a cross or other sign used instead of a signature
He couldn’t sign his name, so he made his mark instead. › an indication or sign of a particular thing
a mark of respect. marked adjective › obvious or easily noticeable
There has been a marked improvement in her work. markedly /-kid-/ adverb › noticeably
It’s markedly easier to do it by this method. marker noun › a person who marks eg the score at games.
› something used for marking, eg in scoring, showing the position of something etc
The area is indicated by large green markers. › a type of pen, usually with a thick point
a felt marker a permanent marker. marksman /ˈmaːks-/ noun (plural marksmen) › a person who shoots well
The police marksman did not kill the criminal – he wounded him in the leg to prevent him escaping. marksmanship noun › a person’s skill as a marksman.
puntería en tiro
leave/make one’s mark › to make a permanent or strong impression
marcar a alguien
The horrors of the war have left their mark on the children. mark out phrasal verb › to mark the boundary of (eg a football pitch) by making lines etc
marcar, delimitar, trazar
The pitch was marked out with white lines. › to select or choose for some particular purpose etc in the future
He had been marked out for an army career from early childhood. mark time › to move the feet up and down as if marching, but without going forward
marcar el paso
He’s only marking time in this job till he gets a better one.