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  1. mark

    • IPA[mɑːk]

    英式

    • n.
      a small area on a surface having a different colour from its surroundings, typically one caused by damage or dirt;a spot, area, or feature on a person's or animal's body by which they may be identified or recognized
    • v.
      make a visible impression or stain on;become stained
    • noun: mark, plural noun: marks

    • verb: mark, 3rd person present: marks, gerund or present participle: marking, past tense: marked, past participle: marked

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a small area on a surface having a different colour from its surroundings, typically one caused by damage or dirt:

      the blow left a red mark down one side of her face

    • 2. 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

    • 3. a line, figure, or symbol made as an indication or record of something:

      the first syllable has a stress mark

    • 4. a sign or indication of a quality or feeling:

      the flag was at half mast as a mark of respect

    • 5. 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

    • 6. a competitor's starting point in a race.
    • 7. a piece of material or a knot used to indicate a depth on a sounding line.
    • 8. one of two possible states of a signal in certain systems.
    • 9. a level or stage that is considered significant:

      unemployment had passed the two million mark

    • 10. a particular temperature level in a gas oven:

      preheat the oven to Gas Mark 5

    • 11. 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

    • 12. a figure or letter representing the total number of marks awarded in an examination or competition and signifying a person's score:

      the highest mark was 98 per cent

    • 13. an official assessment of a horse's form, expressed as a figure between 0 and 140 and used as the basis for calculating the weight the horse has to carry in a race:

      horses tend to run off a higher mark over fences than they would over hurdles

    • 14. (especially in athletics) 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

    • 15. (followed by a numeral) a particular model or type of a vehicle or machine:

      a Mark 10 Jaguar

    • 16. a target:

      few bullets could have missed their mark

    • 17. a person who is easily deceived or taken advantage of:

      they figure I'm an easy mark

    • 18. the act of cleanly catching the ball direct from a kick, knock-on, or forward throw by an opponent, on or behind one's own 22-metre line, and exclaiming ‘Mark’, after which a free kick can be taken by the catcher.
    • 19. an act of catching a ball that has been kicked at least fifteen metres before it reaches the ground, or the spot from which the subsequent kick is taken.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. make a visible impression or stain on:

      he fingered the photograph gently, careful not to mark it

    • 2. become stained:

      they're made from a woven surface which doesn't mark or tear

    • 3. write a word or symbol on (an object) in order to give information:

      she marked all her possessions with her name

    • 4. write or draw (a word, symbol, line, etc.) on an object:

      she marked the date down on a card

    • 5. put a line by or through something written or printed to indicate that it has passed or been dealt with:

      he marked off their names in a ledger

    • 6. indicate the position of:

      the top of the pass marks the border between Alaska and the Yukon

    • 7. separate or delineate (a particular section or area):

      you need to mark out the part of the garden where the sun lingers longest

    • 8. (of a particular quality or feature) distinguish (someone or something) from other people or things:

      his sword marked him out as an officer

    • 9. select or destine someone for (a particular role or fate):

      the solicitor general marked him out for government office

    • 10. judge someone to be (a particular type of person):

      she had marked him down as a dangerous liberal

    • 11. acknowledge or celebrate (an important event) with a particular action:

      to mark its fiftieth birthday the charity held a fashion show

    • 12. be an indication of (a significant event or stage):

      a series of incidents which marked a new phase in the terrorist campaign

    • 13. characterize as having a particular quality or feature:

      the reaction to these developments has been marked by a note of hysteria

    • 14. (of a clock or watch) show (a certain time):

      his watch marked five past eight

    • 15. (of a teacher or examiner) assess the standard of (written work) by assigning points for proficiency or correct answers:

      the examiner may have hundreds of scripts to mark

    • 16. reduce the number of marks awarded to a person or their work:

      teachers must mark down GCSE work containing poor grammar

    • 17. notice or pay careful attention to:

      he'll leave you, you mark my words!

    • 18. (of a player in a team game) stay close to (an opponent) in order to prevent them getting or passing the ball:

      each central defender marks one attacker

    • 19. catch (the ball) from a kick of at least ten metres:

      I did well at marking the ball

    • adj. having a visible mark:

    • plants with beautifully marked leaves

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    • adj. having a visible mark or marking:

    • a houseplant with beautifully marked, dark green leaves

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    • n. a service stripe worn on the left sleeve of an enlisted person's uniform to indicate three years of service in the army or four years in the navy.

    • a houseplant with beautifully marked, dark green leaves

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    • n. a long black mark left on a road surface by the tires of a skidding vehicle.

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    • n.
      an odorous substance containing a pheromone that is deposited by a mammal from a scent gland or in the urine or faeces, typically on prominent objects in an area:
    • the tiger was spraying trees and bushes with its scent mark

      dogs stop and leave their scent markings

    • v.
      (of a mammal) deposit a scent mark:
    • ring-tailed lemurs scent-mark with secretions of the forearm glands

      most scent-marking was performed on branches and lianas

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    • v.
      mark (an examination paper or piece of academic work) again:
    • moderators may require that assignments which are not clearly marked and annotated be re-marked
    • n.
      an act of marking an examination or piece of academic work again:
    • if you are convinced that the grades you have been given are not correct, you can ask for a re-mark

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    • IPA[märk]

    美式

    • n.
      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
    • v.
      make a visible impression or stain on:
    • he fingered the photograph gently, careful not to mark it

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    • IPA[mɑːk]

    英式

    • n.
      (until the introduction of the euro in 2002) the basic monetary unit of Germany, equal to 100 pfennig; a Deutschmark:
    • Germany spent billions of marks to save the French franc from speculators

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    • IPA[märk]

    美式

    • n.
      the basic monetary unit of Germany (until the introduction of the euro), equal to 100 pfennigs; a Deutschmark or, formerly, an Ostmark:
    • Germany spent billions of marks to save the French franc from speculators

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    • 請問Mark的中文是甚麼?

      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]...

    • marked放在人名前??

      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...

    • mark??mark??

      mark 意思還是記號,不過在 miss the mark 的用法,指的是 「靶記」。 畫個靶記來射箭或射擊,沒打準,就叫做 「錯過靶記」。 missing the mark 在這句中是說,氣象播報員 「預測不準」 的意思。