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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmarkedmarked /mɑːkt $ mɑːrkt/ ●●○ adjective  1 CLEAR/EASY TO SEE[only before noun] very easy to notice syn noticeable a marked lack of enthusiasm The patient showed a marked improvement in her condition after changing medication. Miller’s organized desk stood in marked contrast to the rest of the office.2 marked man/woman
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markedAs a result, the tendency for waste - especially hazardous waste - to cross borders is especially marked.And here there are marked differences in the way the contributors to this volume see the inner city problem.These have a marked effect on the development with increasing Ra.Doctors noted a marked improvement in the patient's condition.That concentration has become marked in recent elections.A marked increase in their power would challenge what he surely considered his rightful position within the Yorkist polity.There have been marked increases in professional, managerial, and routine non-manual work.He thus became a marked man.This marked urban - rural shift is explained by a number of causes.
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