Definition of 'remark'
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He got himself under control and threw out a dead-end remark. INSTRUMENTS OF DARKNESS (2002)A remark, by the way, which I do not understand to this day. GALILEE (2002)To my right, I heard someone remark of one of Marianne's larger works: `There's something very extreme about it. THE EXECUTION (2002)
Salibi turned around and made a remark that everyone enjoyed and the tension dissipated. CHAMELEON (2002)
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Translations for 'remark'
British English: remark /rɪˈmɑːk/ NOUN
If you make a remark about something, you say something about it.
She made rude remarks about his weight.
- American English: remark
- Arabic: مُلَاحَظَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: comentário
- Chinese: 评论
- Croatian: opaska
- Czech: poznámka vyřčená
- Danish: bemærkning
- Dutch: opmerking
- European Spanish: comentario observación
- Finnish: huomautus
- French: remarque
- German: Bemerkung
- Greek: παρατήρηση
- Italian: osservazione
- Japanese: 意見
- Korean: 소견
- Norwegian: bemerkning
- Polish: uwaga wzmianka
- European Portuguese: comentário
- Romanian: remarcă
- Russian: замечание
- Spanish: comentario
- Swedish: kommentera
- Thai: การให้ข้อคิดเห็น
- Turkish: görüş fikir
- Ukrainian: зауваження
- Vietnamese: lời bình luận
British English: remark VERB
If you remark that something is the case, you say that it is the case.
I remarked that I would go shopping that afternoon.
...he remarked with a shake of his head.
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