Definition of 'bookmark'
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There was a note inside that she had apparently used as a bookmark. THE UNORTHODOX MURDER OF RABBI MOSS (2001)The book remained in place, but the bookmark she noticed in it had changed places, suggesting either a very slow or a cyclic reading. CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD (2001)She switched on the table lamp and opened it at the bookmark. GRACE (2001)
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Translations for 'bookmark'
British English: bookmark /ˈbʊkˌmɑːk/ NOUN
A bookmark is a narrow piece of card or cloth that you put between the pages of a book so that you can find a particular page easily.
- American English: bookmark
- Arabic: عَلَامَةٌ لـِحِفْظِ الصَفْحَةِ عَلَى الكِتَاب
- Brazilian Portuguese: marcador de páginas
- Chinese: 书签
- Croatian: straničnik
- Czech: záložka knižní
- Danish: bogmærke
- Dutch: bladwijzer
- European Spanish: marcador
- Finnish: kirjanmerkki
- French: marque-page
- German: Lesezeichen
- Greek: σελιδοδείκτης
- Italian: segnalibro
- Japanese: しおり
- Korean: 책갈피
- Norwegian: bokmerke
- Polish: zakładka
- European Portuguese: marcador de páginas
- Romanian: semn de carte
- Russian: закладка
- Spanish: marcador de página
- Swedish: bokmärke
- Thai: ที่คั่นหนังสือ
- Turkish: kitap ayracı
- Ukrainian: закладка
- Vietnamese: thẻ đánh dấu trang
Definition of bookmark from the Collins English Dictionary
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