- a small area on a surface having a different color from its surroundings, typically one caused by accident or damage；a spot, area, or feature on a person's or animal's body by which they may be identified or recognized
- make a visible impression or stain on；become stained
verb: mark, 3rd person present: marks, gerund or present participle: marking, past tense: marked, past participle: marked
noun: mark, plural noun: marks
- 1. a small area on a surface having a different color from its surroundings, typically one caused by accident or damage the blow left a red mark down one side of her face 同義詞
- ▪ a spot, area, or feature on a person's or animal's body by which they may be identified or recognized he was five feet nine, with no distinguishing marks
- 2. a line, figure, or symbol made as an indication or record of something the first syllable has a stress mark 同義詞
- ▪ a sign or indication of a quality or feeling the flag was at half-mast as a mark of respect 同義詞
- ▪ a written symbol made on a document in place of a signature by someone who cannot write he signed his mark in the visitor's book 同義詞
- ▪ a characteristic property or feature it is the mark of a civilized society to treat its elderly members well
- ▪ a competitor's starting point in a race.
- ▪ a piece of material or a knot used to indicate a depth on a sounding line.
- ▪ one of two possible states of a signal in certain systems.
- ▪ a level or stage that is considered significant unemployment had passed the two million mark 同義詞
- 3. British a point awarded for a correct answer or for proficiency in an examination or competition many candidates lose marks because they don't read the questions carefully full marks to them for highlighting the threat to the rainforest
- ▪ a figure or letter representing the total correct answers in an examination and signifying a person's score the highest mark was 98 percent 同義詞
- ▪ (especially in track and field) a time or distance achieved by a competitor, especially one which represents a record or personal best he blasted away from the field during the second lap to knock a second off the existing mark 同義詞
- 4. (followed by a numeral) a particular model or type of a vehicle, machine, or device a Mark 10 Jaguar
- 5. a target few bullets could have missed their mark 同義詞
- ▪ US informal a person who is easily deceived or taken advantage of they figure I'm an easy mark
- 1. make a visible impression or stain on he fingered the photograph gently, careful not to mark it 同義詞
- ▪ become stained it is made from a sort of woven surface which doesn't mark or tear
- 2. write a word or symbol on (an object), typically for identification she marked all her possessions with her name an envelope marked “private and confidential.” 同義詞
- ▪ write (a word or figure) on an object she marked the date down on a card
- 3. show the position of the top of the pass marks the border between Alaska and the Yukon we have marked the area with red stones 同義詞
- ▪ (of a particular quality or feature) separate or distinguish (someone or something) from other people or things his brand of theatrical pop has marked him as one of modern music 's most innovative talents
- ▪ acknowledge, honor, or celebrate (an important event or occasion) with a particular action to mark its fiftieth anniversary, the group held a fashion show 同義詞
- ▪ be an indication of (a significant occasion, stage, or development) the move to the new Globe theatre marked a new phase in Shakespeare’s writing career 同義詞
- ▪ be a noteworthy quality or feature of the reaction to these developments has been marked by a note of hysteria 同義詞
- ▪ British (of a clock or watch) show (a certain time) his watch marked five past eight
- 4. British (of a teacher or examiner) assess the standard of (a piece of written work) by assigning points for proficiency or correct answers the teachers are given adequate time to mark term papers 同義詞
- 5. notice or pay careful attention to he'll leave you, you mark my words! 同義詞
- 6. British (of a player in a team game) stay close to (a particular opponent) in order to prevent them getting or passing the ball each central defender marks one attacker
Mark 圖片參考：http://tw.yimg.com/i/tw/dictionary/pic/041.gif ] n. (名詞 noun)(聖經)馬...dictionary/pic/041.gif ] n. (名詞 noun)痕跡;污點;瘢疤[C]The scandal left a mark on his reputation.那件醜事玷污了他的名聲。記號;符號;標記[C]...
mark 是做上標記, 這裡是當作動詞, 過去式 marked. 這句話是說, "歐巴馬上任成為總統到這個禮拜就滿一個月了". mark the...
...美國佛州很少用到這個意思 很遺憾的 我在佛州住了17年 也沒注意到啥時候用 mark 啥時候用 marker...... marker 也有簽字筆, 顏色筆... 的意思 我覺得最好的分別...