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Translation of "mark" - English-Spanish dictionary

mark

noun /maːk/
(also Deutsche Mark, Deutschmark /ˈdoitʃmaːk/) the standard unit of German currency before the euro. marco a point given as a reward for good work etc marco She got good marks in the exam. a stain marca That spilt coffee has left a mark on the carpet. a sign used as a guide to position etc nota There’s a mark on the map showing where the church is. a cross or other sign used instead of a signature mancha He couldn’t sign his name, so he made his mark instead. an indication or sign of a particular thing marca, señal a mark of respect. marked adjective obvious or easily noticeable notable There has been a marked improvement in her work. markedly /-kid-/ adverb noticeably de forma notable It’s markedly easier to do it by this method. marker noun a person who marks eg the score at games. marcador, apuntador something used for marking, eg in scoring, showing the position of something etc marca The area is indicated by large green markers. a type of pen, usually with a thick point rotulador a felt marker a permanent marker. marksman /ˈmaːks-/ noun ( plural marksmen) a person who shoots well tirador 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 señalar, seleccionar 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.
(Definition of mark from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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