English version

marked man/woman

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmarked man/womanmarked man/womanRISKa person who is in danger because someone wants to harm them marked
Examples from the Corpus
marked man/womanBut Chennault was a marked man.From that time he was dedicated, a marked man.He thus became a marked man.In his defence, Souness believes his no-nonsense approach has made him a marked man.It was well known that the younger Beaumont twin was a marked man.Without Young, forward Andy Poppink is a marked man.Mark Gallagher - marked man today Much ado about nothing!Ever since his luncheon with Katherine Fisher, Jim had felt like a marked man whenever he was in the office complex.
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