Hindi translation of 'marked'
adjectiveIf something is easily noticed, you can say it is clear, obvious or noticeable. However, these words all emphasize the perspective of the person looking at something, so are somewhat subjective.
Something that is marked is very obvious and easily noticed.स्पष्ट
The charity sees a marked increase in offers of help at Christmas.a marked contrast/improvement/increase/difference clearly/most/more marked
SET PHRASESin marked contrast
markedly /ˈmɑːkɪdli ˈमाकिड्ली/ adverbस्पष्ट रूप से
Technology has markedly improved our lives.markedly different/high/low differ/improve/increase/change markedly
The guidelines would seem blatantly obvious to most people, yet still we witness examples of gross misconduct.In academic writing, you often want to talk about something that is clear and noticeable when measured in an objective way. You can say that a change or a difference is marked.
This study does not indicate a marked increase in cancer risk.You can describe a noticeable feature or an effect as pronounced.
The trend is more pronounced in the UK than in most other European countries.You can also describe a noticeable change or difference as significant, although in many academic contexts, this refers specifically to a statistical measurement.
This difference was not statistically significant.
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Part of her was angered by his flippant attitude, which had marked their relationship from the very beginning.BLINDSIGHTED (2002)
On the intercom next to the plaque, she pressed the button marked Adelphi Travel.CHAMELEON (2002)
He was seeing a head of rich chestnut hair marked by a flash of silvery grey.CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD (2002)
This reinforced middle section housed the bag at the very center of the net, marked by a cork flag buoy.AMAGANSETT (2002)
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British English: marked ADJECTIVE
A marked change or difference is very obvious and easily noticed.
There has been a marked increase in sales.
Translation of marked from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary