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wa·ter·mark

 (wô′tər-märk′, wŏt′ər-)
n.
1.
a. A mark showing the greatest height to which water has risen.
b. A line indicating the heights of high and low tide.
2.
a. A translucent design impressed on paper during manufacture and visible when the paper is held to the light.
b. The metal pattern that produces this design.
3. Information directly encoded into the data portion of an image, video, or audio file that identifies the copyright owner or a licensed user. In image or video files, a watermark may be either visible or invisible.
tr.v. wa·ter·marked, wa·ter·mark·ing, wa·ter·marks
1. To mark (paper) with a watermark.
2. To impress (a pattern or design) as a watermark.
3. To insert (a digital file) with a watermark.

watermark

(ˈwɔːtəˌmɑːk)
n
1. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) a distinguishing mark impressed on paper during manufacture, visible when the paper is held up to the light
2. (Nautical Terms) another word for waterline1, waterline2
vb (tr)
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) to mark (paper) with a watermark

wa•ter•mark

(ˈwɔ tərˌmɑrk, ˈwɒt ər-)

n.
1. a figure or design impressed in some paper during manufacture, visible when the paper is held to the light.
v.t.
3. to mark (paper) with a watermark.
[1625–35]

watermark


Past participle: watermarked
Gerund: watermarking

Imperative
watermark
watermark
Present
I watermark
you watermark
he/she/it watermarks
we watermark
you watermark
they watermark
Preterite
I watermarked
you watermarked
he/she/it watermarked
we watermarked
you watermarked
they watermarked
Present Continuous
I am watermarking
you are watermarking
he/she/it is watermarking
we are watermarking
you are watermarking
they are watermarking
Present Perfect
I have watermarked
you have watermarked
he/she/it has watermarked
we have watermarked
you have watermarked
they have watermarked
Past Continuous
I was watermarking
you were watermarking
he/she/it was watermarking
we were watermarking
you were watermarking
they were watermarking
Past Perfect
I had watermarked
you had watermarked
he/she/it had watermarked
we had watermarked
you had watermarked
they had watermarked
Future
I will watermark
you will watermark
he/she/it will watermark
we will watermark
you will watermark
they will watermark
Future Perfect
I will have watermarked
you will have watermarked
he/she/it will have watermarked
we will have watermarked
you will have watermarked
they will have watermarked
Future Continuous
I will be watermarking
you will be watermarking
he/she/it will be watermarking
we will be watermarking
you will be watermarking
they will be watermarking
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been watermarking
you have been watermarking
he/she/it has been watermarking
we have been watermarking
you have been watermarking
they have been watermarking
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been watermarking
you will have been watermarking
he/she/it will have been watermarking
we will have been watermarking
you will have been watermarking
they will have been watermarking
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been watermarking
you had been watermarking
he/she/it had been watermarking
we had been watermarking
you had been watermarking
they had been watermarking
Conditional
I would watermark
you would watermark
he/she/it would watermark
we would watermark
you would watermark
they would watermark
Past Conditional
I would have watermarked
you would have watermarked
he/she/it would have watermarked
we would have watermarked
you would have watermarked
they would have watermarked
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.watermark - a line marking the level reached by a body of waterwatermark - a line marking the level reached by a body of water
line - a spatial location defined by a real or imaginary unidimensional extent
high-water mark - a line marking the highest level reached
low-water mark - a line marking the lowest level reached
2.watermark - a distinguishing mark impressed on paper during manufacturewatermark - a distinguishing mark impressed on paper during manufacture; visible when paper is held up to the light
marking, mark, marker - a distinguishing symbol; "the owner's mark was on all the sheep"
Translations

watermark

[ˈwɔːtəmɑːk] N (on paper) → filigrana f; (left by tide) → marca f del nivel del agua

watermark

[ˈwɔːtərmɑːrk] n (on paper)filigrane mwater meadow n (mainly British)prairie f inondable

watermark

[ˈwɔːtəˌmɑːk] n (in paper) → filigrana; (left by tide) → segno della marea
References in classic literature ?
I suspect that but few of the very many animals which live on the beach between high and low watermark are preserved.
Now, in barge and boat; and now ashore among the osiers, or tramping amidst mud and stakes and jagged stones in low-lying places, where solitary watermarks and signals of strange shapes showed like spectres, John Jasper worked and toiled.
The digital watermarking algorithms based on the type of watermark information are divided into image watermarking and biometric watermarking [21, 23].
One may think that removing a watermark from an image entirely would be quite hard, however, given ample amount of images with a similar watermark, an AI can quite easily analyse the watermark's lines and curves and implement an algorithm accordingly to remove it.
Watermark is detected and extracted from the original image to achieve copy prevention, broadcast monitoring, authentication data hiding and as a proof of ownership [3].
This algorithm does not change the geometry data of original CAD models, but utilize the characters of original data to construct original watermark information.
You can set custom transparency for the watermark and choose the color, font, size and other font options for text watermarks like bold, italics and underline.
In general, the non-blind scheme is more robust than the blind watermark as it is obvious that the watermark can be extracted easily by knowing the unwatermarked data.
The digital watermark obtained from the Authentication System is set on the customer's website, and the bona fide data for the website is recorded.
Situated on the banks of the Hudson River, with spectacular views of the Manhattan skyline, The Watermark will be WCI's first tower endeavor in the Northeast.
A sample watermark is aligned with a reference image, and the quality of the match is analyzed with a special camera.
The increase in watermark images has necessitated a new numbering system, but the old Gravell numbers are given in parenthesis beneath the reproduction of the watermark.