marked

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈmɑːrkt/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/mɑrkt/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(märkt)


WordReference English Collocations © 2020

marked

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
adj
  1. a marked [card, package, box, item]
  2. a marked (-up) [page, paper]
  3. marked with the [size, address, number, name, price]
  4. the cards were [allegedly, supposedly, obviously] marked
  5. your cards are marked
  6. a marked [person, suspect, player]
  7. is a marked man
  8. the [letter, syllable] is marked for [stress, emphasis, accentuation]
  9. has [shown, been, made] a marked [improvement, increase]
  10. marked improvements [at school, on the tests, over the last year]
  11. achieved with marked [success, merit]
WordReference English Collocations © 2020

mark

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
v
  1. UK: mark the [assignments, tests, exams, papers]
  2. mark the [assignment] down for [incompletion, poor quality]
  3. marked him down for the [mistake, spelling error]
  4. mark down a [note, reminder]
  5. mark down the [names, dates, answers]
  6. mark up [the wall, your bumper]
  7. marked up with [pen, paint]
  8. [goods, items, prices] are marked up by [40%]
  9. marked in [bold, red]
  10. mark for [shipment, identification, termination, death]
  11. mark it to [indicate, identity, show]
  12. marked out the [name, text, sentence]
  13. marked as [done, complete, incomplete]
  14. marks the beginning of [the end, a new era]
  15. marked the the [improvement, increase, decline] of
  16. [clearly, appropriately, specially] marked
  17. mark the [box, package] as [fragile, dangerous]
  18. [was, has been] marked by [sadness, tragedy, grief]
  19. (you) mark my words
  20. mark off the [names, participants, guests]
  21. mark [your opponent, the other player]
n
  1. a [punctuation, speech, line, stress] mark
  2. a [pen, cup, dirty] mark
  3. [distinguishing, scratch, pock] marks
  4. the [starting, leading, winning, halfway] mark
  5. have a mark on his [face, cheek, elbow, back]
  6. it left a mark on her [face]
  7. had a mark from the [cut, fall, accident]
  8. the [experience, ordeal, trial] left its mark on him
  9. leave your mark on [history, the world]
  10. made her mark in [politics, soccer, science]
  11. is a mark of [grace, nobility, royalty]
  12. [bow, stand, sit, remain silent] as a mark of respect
  13. a mark of [honesty, respect, dignity]
  14. an easy mark for [bullies, conmen, thieves]
  15. [sign, print, put] your mark in the book
  16. the [answer, guess, comment] was wide of the mark
  17. on your marks, get set, go!
  18. UK: [full, top, excellent, average, satisfactory, poor, bad] marks (in school)
  19. UK: got [excellent, terrible, full] marks (in the test)
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