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Adjective
Obvious or clearly noticeable
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“Since the voluntary cleaning of this pool, there has been a marked interest in taking a dip.”
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Clearly perceptible or self-explanatory
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Extraordinarily, exceptionally or wonderfully rare
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Covered with dirt or grime
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Considerable though not outstanding in size or amount
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Clearly expressed or identified
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Having specks or spots, typically with two or more colors
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Slightly colored, having tint
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Having, or covered with, dots, specks or spots
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Very strong in degree, severity or intensity
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Having a surface marked by pits
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To a great or extreme degree
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Having distinction or difference
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Having streaks or stripes
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Having been directed towards a target
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Cut or dug into the surface as by etching
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Having been seared or charred by fire or intense heat
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Marked in an outline or border
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Having a pattern considered attractive appearing on a section
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(of a text or diagram) Supplied with notes giving explanation or comment
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Characterized by great severity, intensity or suddenness
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Standing on its own apart from the others
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Of primary importance and worthy of note
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Visually seen or noticed
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Having lines, especially printed
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Having exact or well-defined limits
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(a few or many) Not explicitly named but specified indeterminately
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Damaged or marked by teeth or jaws, typically leaving visible imprints or significant alteration
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Mentioned or reported officially for confirmation, inquiry, or distribution
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Having been officially marked or registered under a given or well-known brand
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Assigned a specific numeric value or categorized, counted, totaled according to a system
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Highly stimulating to the senses
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To have been the setting or time of
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(with object) To have conveyed information
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Past tense for to indicate in some way for later reference
“Can you mark the sections of the report that are relevant to this case?”
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Past tense for to label with one's name or brand
“It was a shared fridge, and we were required to mark our individual items clearly.”
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Past tense for to notice or pay careful attention to
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“It won't happen overnight, but it will happen. You mark my words!”
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Past tense for to blemish, scratch, or stain with a mark
“Following the wild party, wine and grease would mark the floor.”
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Past tense for to be an indication of (a significant event or stage)
“If the Erskine scheme comes to pass, it will mark a significant change in fortunes for similar proposals.”
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(marked by) Past tense for to characterize as having a particular quality or feature
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“In each instance, his works are marked by a high level of technical skill.”
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(British) Past tense for to grade or evaluate academic work
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“The teacher will mark your assignment once it has been submitted.”
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Past tense for to celebrate or commemorate an occasion or its anniversary
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“We all agreed that we should hold a celebration to mark the historic event.”
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Past tense for to note or record in writing
Mark the names of each individual as I read them aloud.”
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Past tense for to cover with drops or spots of something
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Past tense for to form a deep recess or notch in a line or surface
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Past tense for to write or carve (words or symbols) on something
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Past tense for to direct one's gaze
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Past tense for to stress or emphasize
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(something) Past tense for to take into account before making a judgment call
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Past tense for to mark or fix the limits of
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Past tense for to enter or record into a list or record of items or things
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Past tense for to draw, trace, or define the outer edge or shape of
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Past tense for to set apart for a special use
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Past tense for to choose or select
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Past tense for to initiate or announce the arrival of something, typically with fanfare
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Past tense for to map or draw out
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Past tense for to announce or declare, especially officially or publicly
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Past tense for to physically mark with something hot, such as a branding iron
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Past tense for to rub a (typically oily or sticky) substance over
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Past tense for to have an emotional effect on
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Past tense for to add annotation to
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Past tense for to make (a groove, hole, or indentation) with, or as if with, a gouge
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Past tense for to calculate the total number of
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Past tense for to section off a physical space or area
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Past tense for to represent by a drawing, painting, or other art forms
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Past tense for to aim or direct (something) in a given direction
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Past tense for to appoint or specify as a selection
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Past tense for to render comprehensible or understandable
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Past tense for to make contact or communication with
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Past tense for to darken or color with lines or a block of color
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Past tense for to apply or draw a tattoo on someone's skin
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