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pock·mark

 (pŏk′märk′)
n.
1. A pitlike scar left on the skin by smallpox or another eruptive disease.
2. A small pit on a surface: The gophers left the lawn covered with pockmarks.
tr.v. pock·marked, pock·mark·ing, pock·marks
To cover with pockmarks; pit.

pock′marked′ adj.

pockmark

(ˈpɒkˌmɑːk)
n
1. (Pathology) Also called: pock a pitted scar left on the skin after the healing of a smallpox or similar pustule
2. any pitting of a surface that resembles or suggests such scars
vb
(tr) to scar or pit (a surface) with pockmarks

pock•mark

(ˈpɒkˌmɑrk)

n.
1. a scar or pit on the skin left by a pustule of smallpox, acne, etc.
2. a small pit or scar resembling this.
v.t.
3. to mark or scar with or as if with pockmarks.
[1665–75]

pockmark


Past participle: pockmarked
Gerund: pockmarking

Imperative
pockmark
pockmark
Present
I pockmark
you pockmark
he/she/it pockmarks
we pockmark
you pockmark
they pockmark
Preterite
I pockmarked
you pockmarked
he/she/it pockmarked
we pockmarked
you pockmarked
they pockmarked
Present Continuous
I am pockmarking
you are pockmarking
he/she/it is pockmarking
we are pockmarking
you are pockmarking
they are pockmarking
Present Perfect
I have pockmarked
you have pockmarked
he/she/it has pockmarked
we have pockmarked
you have pockmarked
they have pockmarked
Past Continuous
I was pockmarking
you were pockmarking
he/she/it was pockmarking
we were pockmarking
you were pockmarking
they were pockmarking
Past Perfect
I had pockmarked
you had pockmarked
he/she/it had pockmarked
we had pockmarked
you had pockmarked
they had pockmarked
Future
I will pockmark
you will pockmark
he/she/it will pockmark
we will pockmark
you will pockmark
they will pockmark
Future Perfect
I will have pockmarked
you will have pockmarked
he/she/it will have pockmarked
we will have pockmarked
you will have pockmarked
they will have pockmarked
Future Continuous
I will be pockmarking
you will be pockmarking
he/she/it will be pockmarking
we will be pockmarking
you will be pockmarking
they will be pockmarking
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been pockmarking
you have been pockmarking
he/she/it has been pockmarking
we have been pockmarking
you have been pockmarking
they have been pockmarking
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been pockmarking
you will have been pockmarking
he/she/it will have been pockmarking
we will have been pockmarking
you will have been pockmarking
they will have been pockmarking
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been pockmarking
you had been pockmarking
he/she/it had been pockmarking
we had been pockmarking
you had been pockmarking
they had been pockmarking
Conditional
I would pockmark
you would pockmark
he/she/it would pockmark
we would pockmark
you would pockmark
they would pockmark
Past Conditional
I would have pockmarked
you would have pockmarked
he/she/it would have pockmarked
we would have pockmarked
you would have pockmarked
they would have pockmarked
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.pockmark - a scar or pit on the skin that is left by a pustule of smallpox or acne or other eruptive disease
cicatrice, cicatrix, scar - a mark left (usually on the skin) by the healing of injured tissue
Verb1.pockmark - mark with or as if with pockmarks; "Her face was pockmarked by the disease"
pock, scar, pit, mark - mark with a scar; "The skin disease scarred his face permanently"
Translations
بَثْرة في الوجْه، جَدْرَه
důlek od neštovic
arkopar
rokonarpi
himlõhely
ör
raupasrauplėraupuotas
bakurēta
jamka po kiahňach
çiçek bozuğu

pockmark

[ˈpɒkmɑːk] Npicadura f, hoyuelo m

pockmark

(ˈpokmaːk) noun
a scar or small dent in the skin caused by smallpox etc.
ˈpockmarked adjective

pock·mark

n. marca, señal o cicatriz;
marca de una pústula;
señal que deja la viruela.

pockmark

n cacaraña, hoyo en el rostro producido por la viruela
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