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Main Entry: 1mark
Etymology: Old English mearc "boundary" 1a: a noticeable object serving as a guide for travelers b: something (as a line, notch, or fixed object) designed to record position <high-water mark> c: something aimed at : TARGETd: the starting line or position in a track event e: an object of ridicule f: a standard of performance, quality, or condition <not up to the mark> 2 a: something that gives evidence of something else : SIGN, INDICATION <a mark of friendship> b: an impression (as a scar, scratch, or stain) made on a surface c: a characteristic or distinguishing trait or quality d: a cross made in place of a signature e: a written or printed symbol f: a symbol (as a brand or label) used for identification (as of ownership or quality) g: a symbol (as a number or letter) representing a teacher's estimation of the quality of work or conduct : GRADE 3 a: IMPORTANCE, DISTINCTION <stands out as a person of mark> b: a lasting or strong impression <worked at several jobs but didn't make much of a mark> synonym see <SUP>1sign