mark

m:k

Перевод:

Noun: отметка знак марка метка
Verb: клеймить отмечать маркировать помечать

Фразы:

to celebrate / mark / observe a bicentenary - отмечать двухсотлетнюю годовщину

to celebrate / mark a birthday - отметить день рождения

devaluation of the mark - девальвация марки

distinctive mark - отличительный знак

to mark, usher in an epoch - открыть новую эру

fiducial mark - координатная метка

the high-water mark of English prose - высшее достижение английской прозы

to mark a full-length log - размечать хлыст

quotation mark - кавычка

accent mark, stress mark - знак ударения

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Примеры:

Mark what he says. - Запомните его слова.

He marked the date in his journal. - Он записал дату в своём дневнике.

White carpet showed every mark. - На белом ковре было заметно каждое пятно.

I have a stack of papers to mark. - У меня целая куча документов на подпись.

That wet glass will mark the table. - Этот мокрый стакан оставит след на столе.

What made those marks on the wall? - От чего остались такие следы на стене?

The highest mark was a B+. - Наивысшая оценка была B+. (примерно соответствует 4-ке)

She always gets good marks. - Она всегда получает хорошие отметки.

I can't get these marks out of my T-shirt. - Я не могу убрать (отстирать) эти пятна на моей футболке!

Take off your shoes so you don't mark the floor. - Снимите вашу обувь, чтобы не пачкать пол.

The teacher marked the examination papers. - Учитель проставил оценки в экзаменационных работах.

The owner's mark was on all the sheep. - Клеймо владельца стояло на всех овцах.

Use a bookmark to mark your place. - Воспользуйтесь закладкой, чтобы отметить место, где читаете.

She made good marks in algebra. - Она получила хорошие оценки по алгебре.

The pass mark was 75%. - Проходной балл составил семьдесят пять процентов.

Mark went in search of water. - Марк отправился на поиски воды.

He got high marks for honesty. - Он был в высшей степени честным человеком. / Его честность была достойна наивысших похвал.

Kate's engaged to Mark. - Кейт помолвлена с Марком.

One of the bombs fell wide of the mark. - Одна из бомб не попала в цель.

These elections mark the end of an era. - Эти выборы знаменуют собой конец эпохи.

He had no chance: I was first off the mark. - У него не было никаких шансов, потому что я первым ушел со старта.

This year marks Pushkin's 200th anniversary. - Этот год ознаменован двухсотлетней годовщиной со дня рождения Пушкина.

The villages of East Anglia are marked by beautiful churches with fine towers. - Селения Восточной Англии примечательны красивыми церквями с изящными башнями.

Mark's smile broadened. - Марк улыбнулся ещё шире.

Mark became a dear friend. - Марк стал моим близким другом.

Mark an accent on a letter. - Поставьте над буквой знак ударения.

I've got a pile of exam papers to mark. - У меня целая кипа экзаменационных работ на проверку.

Mark Twain's real name was Samuel Clemens. - Настоящее имя Марка Твена — Сэмюэл Клеменс.

Mark is such a cutie! - Марк такой милашка / такая прелесть / такая душка / такая лапочка! и т.д.

Mark's very intellectual. - Марка очень интеллигентный. / Марк — большой интеллектуал.

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Фразовые глаголы:

If you mark something down, you write it down.

If you mark off a piece or length of something, you make it separate, for example by putting a line on it or around it.

To mark out an area or shape means to show where it begins and ends.

If you mark something up, you increase its price.

Связанные термины:

D-mark: → deutsche mark

mark-up: If you mark something up, you increase its price.

no-mark: an insignificant or worthless person

call mark: the number given to a book in a library, indicating its shelf location

hash mark: → service stripe

long mark: a diacritical mark (¯) placed over a letter, used in prosody, in the orthography of some languages, and in several types of phonetic respelling systems, to represent a long vowel

man-mark: to stay close to (a specific opponent ) to hamper his or her play

mark down: If you mark something down, you write it down.

mark off: If you mark off a piece or length of something, you make it separate, for example by putting a line on it or around it.

mark out: To mark out an area or shape means to show where it begins and ends.

mark time: to not do anything new or decisive, because you are waiting to see how a situation will develop

mark you: You can say mark you to emphasize and draw attention to something you have just said .

pass mark: the minimum mark required to pass an examination

skid mark: a mark left on the road by tyres after a vehicle has skidded

the mark: the middle of the stomach at or above the line made by the boxer's trunks

beauty mark: a natural mark or mole on the skin

bench mark: a surveyor's mark made on a permanent landmark of known position and altitude : it is used as a reference point in determining other altitudes

black mark: A black mark against someone is something bad that they have done or a bad quality that they have which affects the way people think about them.

caste mark: a mark on the skin that shows which caste a Hindu belongs to, esp a dot painted on the forehead

check mark: A check mark is a written mark like a V with the right side extended . It is used to show that something is correct or has been selected or dealt with.

class mark: a value within a class interval, esp its midpoint or the nearest integral value, used to represent the interval for computational convenience

ditto mark: two small marks (") placed under something to indicate that it is to be repeated

finger mark: a mark, esp. a smudge or stain, made by a finger

length mark: a symbol indicating the length of a vowel sound

Mark Antony: Mark. Latin name Marcus Antonius . ?83–30 bc, Roman general who served under Julius Caesar in the Gallic wars and became a member of the second triumvirate (43). He defeated Brutus and Cassius at Philippi (42) but having repudiated his wife for Cleopatra, queen of Egypt, he was defeated by his brother-in-law Octavian ( Augustus ) at Actium (31)

mark reader: a computer peripheral device enabling letters, numbers, or other characters usually printed on paper to be optically scanned and input to a storage device, such as magnetic tape . The device uses the process of optical character recognition

minute mark: the symbolused for minutes of arc and linear feet

order mark: a minor school punishment for some deviation from order

repeat mark: a sign on a piece of music instructing the player to replay a certain passage or section

ripple mark: one of a series of small wavy ridges of sand formed by waves on a beach, by a current in a sandy riverbed, or by wind on land: sometimes found fossilized on bedding planes of sedimentary rock

scuff mark: Scuff marks are marks made on a smooth surface when something is rubbed against it.

shelf mark: a mark, usually incorporating numbers, which indicates a book's location in a library

stress mark: a mark given to indicate which syllable is stressed

thread mark: a mark put into paper money to prevent counterfeiting, consisting of a pattern of silk fibres

chatter mark: any of a series of grooves, pits, and scratches on the surface of a rock, usually made by the movement of a glacier

conduct mark: (in school) a mark for behaviour

control mark: to command, direct, or rule

deutsche mark: the former basic monetary unit of Germany, superseded in 2002 by the → euro

laundry mark: a symbol on a label on an article of clothing, bed-linen, etc, which specifies how the item should be washed and cared for, for example, at which temperature it should be washed at, whether it should be ironed, dry-cleaned, etc

mark reading: the function performed by an optical mark reader

mark scanner: a computer peripheral device enabling letters, numbers, or other characters usually printed on paper to be optically scanned and input to a storage device, such as magnetic tape . The device uses the process of optical character recognition

mark scanning: the reading of marks by an optical device whereby the information can be stored in machine-readable form

Plimsoll mark: a line or set of lines on the hull of a merchant ship, showing the depth to which it may legally be loaded

quantity mark: a mark that is placed above a vowel or syllable to indicate its duration or length

question mark: A question mark is the punctuation mark ? which is used in writing at the end of a question.

register mark: any of several marks incorporated onto printing plates to assist in the accurate positioning of images during printing

sanction mark: a mark on pieces of 19th-century French furniture signifying that the piece met the quality standards required by the Parisian guild of ebonists

scratch mark: the mark left by a scratch

section mark: a mark (§) inserted into text matter to draw attention to a footnote or to indicate a section of a book, etc

service mark: a symbol, design, word, letter, slogan, etc. used by a supplier of a service, as transportation, laundry, etc. to distinguish the service from that of a competitor

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Однокоренные слова:

mark down - записывать, занижать, снижать цену, отмечать
mark off - отделять, отмерять, проводить границы, отмежевывать, разграничивать
mark out - выделять, размечать, трассировать, расставлять указательные знаки
mark up - размечать, повысить цену, вести счет

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