Marker - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈmɑːrkər|  American pronunciation of the word marker
Brit.  |ˈmɑːkə|  British pronunciation of the word marker

noun

- some conspicuous object used to distinguish or mark something

the buoys were markers for the channel

- a distinguishing symbol (syn: mark, marking)
- a writing implement for making a mark

Examples

A person's accent can be a marker of social class.

...the markers on the rock and mineral specimens were old and faded...

He buried the bodies in a single grave with a wooden cross as a marker.

antibodies which are a marker of hepatitis

the use of slang as a marker of social identity

Oz marker

the buoys were markers for the channel

They erected a marker over the grave.

Step off ten feet and then place a marker in the ground.

Step out ten feet and then put a marker in the ground.

Word forms

noun
singular: marker
plural: markers
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