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mark downTo write a memorandum about.
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mark upTo increase the price of something between its wholesale and retail phase.
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beauty markOr artificially using cosmetics.
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black marksomething that negatively affects someone's reputation
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make one's markTo make, or leave, a lasting impression, especially to achieve apparent success.
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make one's markTo sign (a document) by making a cross or other mark.
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mark downTo reduce the price of.
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mark my wordsListen to me; used before a statement one wishes to emphasize.
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mark timeMarching in place; not going anywhere.
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Mark Time!Stay With IT!, Us, the Action, The Group, The Program, the Thrust, 'What's Going-On'!
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mark upTo add coding to text so that it will display properly on a computer.
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miss the markTo fail to hit the target.
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miss the markTo fail to reach the result that was intended.
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off the markInaccurate; not correct or appropriate.
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question markDoubt or uncertainty.
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question markThe punctuation mark “?”, used at the end of a sentence to indicate a question..
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quick off the markfast to act or react.
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toe the markYou Better 'Mind Your Business', Stick To The Essentials, Follow The Rules, Work With The Program, Pay Attention:
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wide of the markInaccurate.
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wide of the markMissing the target.
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draw onTo sketch or mark with pencil, crayon, etc., on a given surface.
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rest his soulUsed parenthetically to mark the referent as being deceased.
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as soon asUsed in contrast, sometimes to mark a denial.
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block outto begin to reduce to shape; to mark out roughly; to lay out.
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burn rubberTo accelerate so rapidly from standstill that it leaves a mark of burnt rubber on the road from the tire.
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cross offTo finish; to mark something as complete.
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for my moneyUsed to mark a statement made by the speaker as an opinion or something not known with certainty.
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gradea mark of quality, used to mark schoolwork, grades go from a+ to u, also can be used on meat products to show quality of meat
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hunger is a good sauce(dated) Being hungry makes one less concerned about the taste of one's food.1854, Mark Lemon, Henry Mayhew, Tom Taylor, Shirley Brooks, Francis Cowley Burnand, Owen Seaman, Punch, Vol. XXVI, Punch Publications Ltd., page 74:His bread and cheese were somewhat dry, to be sure; his ale had become flat, and considerably warmer than was desirable; but hunger is a good sauce, and thirst is not particular.
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lay rubberTo accelerate so rapidly from standstill that it leaves a mark of burnt rubber on the road from the tire.
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long shotSomething unlikely; something that has little chance of happening or working. The term arose from the accuracy of early ship guns, which were effective only at close range and unlikely to hit the mark at any great distance.
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noarchShort for "no architecture". It is a term used mainly in package management systems to mark packages which are architecture independent. Such packages usually contain graphics, documentation or similar data that can be used on any architecture.
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pitThe indented mark left by a pustule, as in smallpox.
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play the race cardMark Fuhrman, Murder in Brentwood p.153.
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pull my fingerA phrase used when playing a prank regarding flatulence, in which a mark is asked to pull the finger of the person playing the prank, who simultaneously flatulates so as to suggest a causal relationship between the pulling of the finger and the resulting expulsion of gas.
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put paid toTo mark a bill or a debt record as "paid".
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take a grabto mark the football, especially overhead
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take aimTo position oneself and/or one's weapon so as to be aimed specifically at a chosen mark or target (which is indicated after 'at')
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take guard(For a new batsman, with help from the umpire) to mark a point on the popping crease in front of his wicket so that he knows where it is behind him; to guard.
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walk the lineTo mark or secure a boundary by walking along it.
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