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book·mark

 (bo͝ok′märk′)
n.
1. A strip of material, as of ribbon or leather, or a metal clamp, that is placed between the pages of a book to mark the reader's place.
2. A record of a selected webpage or URL kept by a program such as a web browser or help utility. Bookmarks allow the user to find and return to a selected site by clicking an easily recognizable link.
tr.v. book·marked, book·mark·ing, book·marks
To make a bookmark for (a webpage or URL).
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bookmark

(ˈbʊkˌmɑːk)
n
1. Also called: bookmarker a strip or band of some material, such as leather or ribbon, put between the pages of a book to mark a place
2. (Computer Science) computing
a. an address for a website stored on a computer so that the user can easily return to the site
b. an identifier placed in a document so that part of the document can be accessed easily
vb
(Computer Science) (tr) computing
a. to identify and store (a website) so that one can return to it easily
b. to place a bookmark in (a document)
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book•mark

(ˈbʊkˌmɑrk)

n.
a ribbon or other marker placed between the pages of a book to mark a place.
[1860–65]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bookmark - a marker (a piece of paper or ribbon) placed between the pages of a book to mark the reader's placebookmark - a marker (a piece of paper or ribbon) placed between the pages of a book to mark the reader's place
marker - some conspicuous object used to distinguish or mark something; "the buoys were markers for the channel"
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Translations
علامَةُ مَوْضِعِ القِراءه في كِتاب
záložka
bogmærke
järjehoidja
kirjanmerkki
straničnik
könyvjelzõkönyvjelző
bókamerki
しおりブックマーク
책갈피
bokmärke
ที่คั่นหนังสือ
kitap ayracısayfa buldurucu
thẻ đánh dấu trang

bookmark

[ˈbʊkmɑːk]
A. N
1. (for book) → marcador m, señalador m
2. (Internet) → marcador m, favorito m
B. VT (Internet) → marcar como sitio favorito, agregar a favoritos
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1971, 1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2005

bookmark

[ˈbʊkmɑːrk]
n
(for book)marque-page m
(COMPUTING)signet m
vt [+ website] → mettre un signet àbook price n [car] → prix m de l'Argusbook review n (in newspaper, magazine)critique f de livre
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

bookmark

[ˈbʊkˌmɑːk] nsegnalibro
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

book

(buk) noun
1. a number of sheets of paper (especially printed) bound together. an exercise book.
2. a piece of writing, bound and covered. I've written a book on Shakespeare.
3. a record of bets.
verb
1. to buy or reserve (a ticket, seat etc) for a play etc. I've booked four seats for Friday's concert.
2. to hire in advance. We've booked the hall for Saturday.
ˈbookable adjective
able to be reserved in advance. Are these seats bookable?
ˈbooking noun
a reservation.
ˈbooklet (-lit) noun
a small, thin book. a booklet about the history of the town.
ˈbookbinding noun
putting the covers on books.
ˈbookbinder noun
ˈbookcase noun
a set of shelves for books.
ˈbooking-office noun
an office where travel tickets etc are sold. a queue at the station booking-office.
ˈbookmaker noun
a professional betting man who takes bets and pays winnings.
ˈbookmark noun
something put in a book to mark a particular page.
ˈbookseller noun
a person who sells books.
ˈbookshelf noun
a shelf on which books are kept.
ˈbookshop noun
a shop which sells books.
ˈbookworm noun
a person who reads a lot.
booked up
having every ticket sold. The theatre is booked up for the season.
book in
to sign one's name on the list of guests at an hotel etc. We have booked in at the Royal Hotel.
by the book
strictly according to the rules. She always does things by the book.
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bookmark

عَلَامَةٌ لـِحِفْظِ الصَفْحَةِ عَلَى الكِتَاب záložka bogmærke Lesezeichen σελιδοδείκτης marcador, marcador de página kirjanmerkki marque-page straničnik segnalibro しおり 책갈피 bladwijzer bokmerke zakładka marcador de páginas закладка bokmärke ที่คั่นหนังสือ kitap ayracı thẻ đánh dấu trang 书签
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References in classic literature ?
It was a bookmark of perforated cardboard, with a gorgeous red and yellow worsted goblet worked on it, and below, in green letters, the solemn warning, "Touch Not The Cup." As Peter was not addicted to habits of intemperance, not even to looking on dandelion wine when it was pale yellow, we did not exactly see why Felicity should have selected such a device.
Anne read the note, kissed the bookmark, and dispatched a prompt reply back to the other side of the school.
Add this page to your Bookmarks or Favorites and finish it later.
As one of the bookmarks said: "The world belongs to those who read".
Bookmark charges $75 per person with a minimum of four people or at least $340 for the basic charge, but bigger is better and the rates decrease when more people join the fun.
I'd highly recommend giving this a go--it's already been bookmarked on my PC!
The most recent object the library would like to find out more about features a photo of a young boy named "Tony", who, the bookmark states, was nine months' old in 1961.
The bookmark standard setting method attempted to simplify the cognitive task required of Angoff participants by providing booklets of items ordered by empirical difficulty.
Bookmark databases can also be encrypted and protected by passwords to maximize user privacy.
(35) See Bringham Young University Library, Working with Bookmarks, http:// etd.lib.byu.edu/PDFCreation/WorkingwithBookmarks.pdf (for instructions for nesting bookmarks); Adobe Acrobat, Create a Bookmark Hierarchy, http://help.adobe.com/en_US/ acrobat/X/pro/using/WS58a04a822e3e50102bd615109794195ff-7cbe.w.html.
Banbury, United Kingdom, November 17, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Gone are the days when users online would have to organize and share their bookmarks online with the old school, browser-based system.
When a chapter is opened (Figure 2), the bookmark panel displays in the left margin allowing users to navigate more efficiently throughout the chapter.