English version

mark you

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmark youmark youBritish English old-fashionedEMPHASIZE used to emphasize something you say syn mind you Her uncle’s just given her a car – given, mark you, not lent. mark
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mark youHe'd marked her as he left, wanting to feel her fear.He smooths the circle to the exact depth required and marks it with a big cross.His own wife, mark you!Salinger said the radar shows four successive stages of a blip moving toward the mark that represented Flight 800.There are two childhood memories that particularly marked her.Though he was fully capable of relaxation, what marked him most was a restless irritability.Students will float to the mark you set.
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