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Definitions of mark:

part of speech: verb transitive

To make a line, scratch, character, etc., on; point out from others; to notice; to signle out, as by a sign; to indicate by a sign; to observe.

part of speech: noun

A visible sign: any object serving as a guide: that by which anything is known: badge: a trace: proof: any visible effect: symptom: a thing aimed at: a character made by one who cannot write: distinction.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To take particular notice.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To pay care ful attention; take note. marker.

part of speech: noun

Any visible impression, as a line, streak, or channel; any sign of distinction; a print; a stamp; evidence; sign; notice taken; an object; that at which a missile is directed; conspicuous character, as a man of mark; impression produced by ability or character, as " he has made his mark;" the X made by a person who cannot write his name.

part of speech: noun

A Trait; a sign by which anything is known; a symptom; an indication; impression, as a line, stain, scratch, written word, etc.; a proof; target; distinction; as, a man of mark; a German coin worth 24 1/ 2 cents.

part of speech: verb

To draw or make an impression on or in; to impress with a token; to denote; to heed or regard; to observe.

part of speech: noun

An obsolete English coin, value about $ 3. 22: a coin of the present German Empire, value about 25c.: a silver coin of Hamburg, value about 32c.

part of speech: noun

An ancient piece of money, equal to 13s. 4d.

part of speech: verb transitive

To make a mark on anything: to impress with a sign: to take notice of: to regard.

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