Remark - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |rɪˈmɑːrk|  American pronunciation of the word remark
Brit.  |rɪˈmɑːk|  British pronunciation of the word remark

noun

- a statement that expresses a personal opinion or belief or adds information (syn: comment, input)
- explicit notice

verb

- make mention of (syn: mention, note, observe)
- make or write a comment on (syn: comment, notice)

Examples

I was offended by his remark.

I've heard many disparaging remarks about him.

an author known for making witty remarks

The incident passed without remark.

“It's so hot today,” she remarked.

...her date awkwardly remarked on the attractiveness of the background music in the restaurant...

She made the remark that being interviewed was boring.

The visitors remarked on the excellent condition of the streets.

John remarked that it was getting late.

The Senator denied making the remark.

He was fired for making racist remarks during an interview.

'This house must be very old,' he remarked.

Anderson left the table, remarking that he had some work to do.

He remarked on the difference in security measures at the two airports.

...I must except to your remark that there are no great novelists currently living....

Word forms

verb
I/you/we/they: remark
he/she/it: remarks
present participle: remarking
past tense: remarked
past participle: remarked
noun
singular: remark
plural: remarks
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