mark in Hindi हिन्दी
- अंक ⇄ mark hindi
- चिह्न ⇄ mark hindi
- चिह्न डालना ⇄ mark hindi
- चिह्न लगाना ⇄ mark hindi
- चिह्नित करना ⇄ mark hindi
- छाप ⇄ mark hindi
- छाप लगाना ⇄ mark hindi
- ठप्पा ⇄ mark hindi
- दाग़ ⇄ mark hindi
- निशान ⇄ mark hindi
- निशान डालना ⇄ mark hindi
- निशान लगाना ⇄ mark hindi
- मार्क ⇄ mark hindi
- मुहर ⇄ mark hindi
- मोहर करना ⇄ mark hindi
- लक्षण बतलाना ⇄ mark hindi
- लक्ष्य करना ⇄ mark hindi
- लिखाना ⇄ mark hindi
- स्वभाव बतलाना ⇄ mark hindi
mark in Kannada ಕನ್ನಡ
- ಅಮ್ಕ ⇄ mark kannada
- ಅಮ್ಕಿತ ⇄ mark kannada
- ಐಬು ⇄ mark kannada
- ಕಲೆ ⇄ mark kannada
- ಕಳಮ್ಕ ⇄ mark kannada
- ಗಮನಿಸು ⇄ mark kannada
- ಗುಣ ⇄ mark kannada
- ಗುರಿ ⇄ mark kannada
- ಗುರುತು ⇄ mark kannada
- ಗುರುತುಮಾಡು ⇄ mark kannada
- ಚಿಃನೆ ⇄ mark kannada
- ಮುದ್ರೆ ⇄ mark kannada
- ಲಕ್ಷಣ ⇄ mark kannada
- ಲಾಮ್ಛನ ⇄ mark kannada
- ಸಮ್ಕೇತ ⇄ mark kannada
- ಸುಳಿವು ⇄ mark kannada
- ಸೂಚನೆ ⇄ mark kannada
mark in Marathi मराठी
- खूण ⇄ mark marathi
- खूण करणे ⇄ mark marathi
- गुण ⇄ mark marathi
- चिन्ह ⇄ mark marathi
- चिन्ह लावणे ⇄ mark marathi
- चिन्हांकित करणे ⇄ mark marathi
- चिह्न ⇄ mark marathi
- डाग ⇄ mark marathi
- नीट लक्ष देणे ⇄ mark marathi
- नेम ⇄ mark marathi
- लक्ष देणे ⇄ mark marathi
- लक्षण ⇄ mark marathi
- लक्षात ठेवणे ⇄ mark marathi
- लक्ष्य ⇄ mark marathi
- शिकार ⇄ mark marathi
- सावज ⇄ mark marathi
mark in English
- mark ⇄ dollar sign ormark
the symbol meaning dollar or dollars, placed regularly before a number. (Example:) $1 (one dollar); $5 (five dollars).english
- mark ⇄ expr. beside the mark,
a. not hitting the thing aimed at.
Ex. The bullet went beside the mark.
b. (Figurative.) not to the point; off the subject; not relevant.
Ex. To reason with such a writer is like talking to a deaf man, whoenglish
- mark ⇄ expr. hit the mark,
a. to succeed in doing what one tried to do.
Ex. He hit the mark when he became president of the class.
b. to be exactly right.
Ex. Venerable was found ... luckily hitting the mark, as a title neither too higenglish
- mark ⇄ expr. make one's mark, to succeed; become well known.
Ex. That boy is a hard worker, he'll make his mark. That fellow's a gentleman's son ... and he'll make his mark (Ella L. Dorsey).english
- mark ⇄ expr. mark down,
a. to write down; note down.
Ex. to mark down an appointment in a datebook.
b. to mark for sale at a lower price.
Ex. We have selected over $30,000 of our elegant stock and marked them down 50 per cent (Chicagoenglish
- mark ⇄ expr. mark off or out,
a. to make lines to show the position of or to separate.
Ex. We marked out the tennis court. The hedge marks off one yard from another.
b. (Figurative.) to differentiate; distinguish.
Ex. Thus, in the lastenglish
- mark ⇄ expr. mark out for, to set aside for; select for.
Ex. He seemed marked out for trouble.english
- mark ⇄ expr. mark up,
a. to deface or disfigure.
Ex. Don't mark up the desks.
b. to add; put.
Ex. to mark up the score.
c. to mark for sale at a higher price.
Ex. The prices of venison and other game was so far ""marked upenglish
- mark ⇄ expr. miss the mark,
a. to fail to do what one tried to do.
Ex. Many a preacher misses the mark because, though he knows books, he does not know men (John Stalker).
b. to be not exactly right.
Ex. His answer to the arithmetic prenglish
- mark ⇄ expr. off the mark,
a. missing the desired object or end.
Ex. The projections of the Government on these outlays, ... turned out to be pretty far off the mark (Wall Street Journal).
b. off the subject; inaccurate.
Ex. I leave itenglish
- mark ⇄ expr. save (or bless) the mark, an exclamation of deprecation, apology, impatience, or contempt.
Ex. The best of my talents (bless the mark) shut up even from my own poor view (Thomas Carlyle).english
- mark ⇄ expr. toe the mark,
a. to stand with the tips of the toes touching a certain line or mark, as before a race or contest.
Ex. The chief mate ... marked a line on the deck, brought the two boys up to it, making them toe the mark (Richard H. Danenglish
- mark ⇄ expr. wide of the mark,
a. missing the thing aimed at by a considerable margin.
Ex. The shot fell wide of the mark.
b. (Figurative.) irrelevant.
Ex. It may, however, be ... very wide of the mark when applied to the case (John R.english
- mark ⇄ mark (1), noun, verb. english
- mark ⇄ mark (2), noun.
1. a German unit of money. The mark is now called the Deutsche mark, and is equal to 100 pfennigs.
2. a coin or paper note equal to the mark. (Abbr:) M.
3. an old weight for gold and silver, equal to 8 ounces.
- Mark ⇄ Mark, noun.
1. one of the four Evangelists, a fellow worker with the Apostle Paul and the Apostle Peter; Saint Mark.
2. the second book of the New Testament, attributed to the Apostle Mark. It tells the story of the life of Christ.
- mark ⇄ noun 1. a trace or impression made by some object on the surface of another. A line, dot, spot, stain, dent, or scar is a mark.
Ex. The old soldier showed me the mark of an old wound.
2a. a line or dot to show position.
Ex. the high-waenglish
- mark ⇄ recognition color ormark
a color on an animal supposed to be of use to others of its species as a means of recognition.english
- mark ⇄ v.i. 1. to make a mark or marks.
2. (Figurative.) to pay attention; take notice; consider.
Ex. Mark, I pray you, and see how this man seeketh mischief (I Kings 20:7).
3. to keep score in a game.english
- mark ⇄ v.t. 1. to give grades to; rate.
Ex. The teacher marked our examination papers.
2. to make a mark on or put one's name on to show whose a thing is.
3. to make a mark on by stamping, cutting, or writing.
Ex. Be careful not to marenglish