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Translation of "marking" - English-Spanish dictionary


noun   /ˈmɑː.kɪŋ/
a pattern on the body of an animal mancha There are a couple of fish with blue markings, and a few more with gold stripes down the side.1213
a mark that makes it possible to recognize something mancha, marca The army said the relief flight would be too dangerous as none of its helicopters had Red Cross markings.1213
[no plural] UK the activity of checking, correcting, and giving a mark to students’ written work corrección I couldn’t go out with the others because I had a pile of marking to do.
[no plural] the action of staying close to an opposing player in order to stop them from playing the ball marcaje Effective marking is often the key to a team’s success.
(Definition of marking from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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