Definition of 'mark up'
Example sentences containing 'mark-up'
`Burnoosed sawbill awnings and the Ranger Development Competition met Wednesday near Tokyo to mark up topical hairwood.THE SHIPPING NEWS (2002)
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His mark-up, when it came to relaying such information to interested parties, was in the region of ten thousand per cent.COVER STORY SNOWJOB
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