Sinónimos de mark
a visible impression on a surface, such as a spot or scratchThe dogs rub against the walls and make dirty marks.
The floorboards were covered with white spots.
stain, , ,
a black stain
Draw a line down the centre of the page.
The barbed wire had left only the tiniest nick below my right eye.
I pointed to a number of scratches on the tile floor.
How did you get that bruise on your cheek?
He had a scar on his forehead.
a blot on the reputation of the architectural profession
the blemish on his face
blotch, , ,
His face was covered in red blotches.
a written or printed symbol, as used for punctuationHe made marks with a pencil.
a letter, number, or percentage used to grade academic workHe did well to get such a good mark.
a thing that indicates positionSales have sailed past the one million mark in the space of just 28 days.
a sign, symbol, or other indication that distinguishes somethingThe mark of a civilized society is that it looks after its weakest members.
Genes determine the characteristics of every living thing.
The gardens are a special feature of this property.
Your problem with sleep is just a symptom of a larger problem.
systems that were by later standards absurdly primitive
He wanted to introduce mature people with leadership qualities.
The local elections were seen as a measure of the government's success.
lawns and flowerbeds that bear the stamp of years of confident care
He has every attribute a footballer could want.
Exam results shouldn't be the only criterion for your choice of school.
Their actions departed from what she called the commonly accepted norms of behaviour.
Creativity is a human trait.
Urbanization became both a goal and a badge of progress.
He uses a hallmark on the base of his lamps to distinguish them.
an exceptional vintage by any yardstick
a strange peculiarity of the university system
an indication of some qualityShopkeepers closed their shutters as a mark of respect.
He gave no indication that he was ready to compromise.
His face and movements rarely betrayed any sign of nerves.
He has never been able to read or transcribe musical notes.
Police said there was no evidence of a struggle.
To them the monarchy is a special symbol of nationhood.
You must have proof of residence in the state.
He sent her a gift as a token of his appreciation.
a sign, symbol, or other indication that distinguishes somethingEach book was adorned with the publisher's mark at the bottom of the spine.
The brand on the barrel stood for Elbert Anderson and Uncle Sam.
You may live only where the stamp in your passport says you may.
the unmistakable print of a bare foot in the mud
seal, , ,
The eagle almost didn't make it onto the seal of America.
a crime which bore all the earmarks of a professional job
the emblem of the Red Cross
a tunic bearing the insignia of the captain of the Irish Guards
impression or influenceA religious upbringing had left its mark on him.
She gave no sign that his charm had made any impression on her.
The whole effect is cool, light and airy
Many other medications have an influence on cholesterol levels.
They expect the meeting to have a marked impact on the country's future.
The church has traces of fifteenth-century frescoes.
The work had left an imprint on her vocabulary.
a target or goalThe second shot missed its mark completely.
school leavers who fail to reach their targets
The goal is to raise as much money as possible.
a research programme that has failed to achieve its aim
They are prepared to go to any lengths to achieve their purpose.
another policy designed to achieve the same end
The object of the exercise is to raise money for charity.
His objective was to play golf and win.
influence, , ,
They should continue to use their influence for the release of all hostages.
a college of quality
Nothing that went on in the hospital escaped her notice.
He was too puffed up with his own importance to accept the verdict.
He was a sad little man of no consequence.
At the height of his fame, his every word was valued.
He is a composer of distinction and sensitivity.
Her work gained her international prestige.
pilots who achieved eminence in the aeronautical world
The book contained 48 charts, each dedicated to a person of notability.
to make a visible impression, trace, or stain onHow do you stop the horses marking the turf?
He was scarred for life during a pub fight.
scratch, , ,
Knives will scratch the worktop.
nick, , ,
A sharp blade is likely to nick the skin and draw blood.
Some foods can stain teeth, as of course can tea and coffee.
Be sure to store them carefully or they'll get bruised.
Only one memorable slip-up has blotted his career.
She kissed me, careful not to smudge me with her fresh lipstick.
blemish, , ,
He wasn't about to blemish that pristine record.
Nobody wanted to blemish his reputation at that time.
to designate someone as a particular type of personI added a code to mark the document as genuine.
to grade or evaluate academic workHe was marking essays in his study.
to characterize or distinguishthe river which marks the border
Claire showed us how to make a chocolate roulade.
The example of the United States illustrates this point.
Her character exemplifies the emotional turmoil of many women.
He had never, hitherto, evinced any particular interest in economic matters.
The announcement marks the end of an extraordinary period.
The survey indicated that most old people are independent.
I represented to him that he had behaved very foolishly.
Economists said the drop could herald a fall in consumer spending.
Red eyes denote strain and fatigue.
His demeanour betokened embarrassment at his prosperity.
to celebrate or commemorate an occasion or its anniversaryThousands of people took to the streets to mark the occasion.
Tom celebrated his birthday two days ago.
Two pioneering surgeons were honoured with the Nobel Prize.
We are observing Christmas quietly this year.
My father never kept the Sabbath and I never did either.
He is remembered for being bad at games.
He is acknowledged as an excellent goal-keeper.
Eisenhower recognized the Castro government at once.
The statement salutes the changes of the past year.
a gallery of paintings commemorating great moments in baseball history
pay tribute to, ,
to characterize or distinguishThe style is marked by simplicity, clarity and candour.
to observe or noticeMark my words. He won't last.
In 1664 Hooke observed a reddish spot on the surface of the planet.
You mind what I say now!
Suddenly I noted that the rain had stopped.
She regarded him curiously for a moment.
People should not hesitate to contact the police if they notice anything suspicious.
pay attention to,
pay heed to,
hearken to (archaic)
See make your mark
See mark someone off
See up to the mark
See wide of the mark
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in the sense of acknowledge
to recognize or admit the truth of a statementHe is acknowledged as an excellent goal-keeper.
in the sense of aim
intention or purposea research programme that has failed to achieve its aim
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