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Related to markedly: undoubtedly, starkly, smoothly

marked

 (märkt)
adj.
1. Having one or more distinguishing marks.
2. Clearly defined and evident; noticeable: a marked increase in temperature. See Synonyms at noticeable.
3. Singled out, especially for a dire fate: a marked man.
4. Linguistics
a. Of or relating to that member of a pair of words or forms that explicitly denotes a particular subset of the meanings denoted by the other member of the pair. For example, of the two words lion and lioness, lion is unmarked for gender (it can denote either a male or female) whereas lioness is marked, since it denotes only females.
b. Explicitly characterized by or having a particular linguistic feature. For example, girls is marked for plural in English, whereas sheep is not.

mark′ed·ly (mär′kĭd-lē) adv.
mark′ed·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.markedly - in a clearly noticeable mannermarkedly - in a clearly noticeable manner; "sales of luxury cars dropped markedly"

markedly

Translations
بصورةٍ واضِحَه أو مَلْحوظَه
očividně
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greinilega
belirgin şekilde

markedly

[ˈmɑːkɪdlɪ] ADV
1. (with adj/adv) [different] → notablemente, marcadamente; [better, worse] → visiblemente, notablemente
their second album has been markedly more/less successful than their firstsu segundo álbum ha tenido notablemente más/menos éxito que el primero
2. (with verb) [increase, improve, decline] → notablemente, sensiblemente; [differ, change, contrast] → notablemente

markedly

[ˈmɑːrkɪdli] adv (= noticeably) → visiblement, manifestement

markedly

adv improve, increase, differ, changemerklich; quicker, slower, more, lesswesentlich; it is markedly betteres ist wesentlich or bedeutend besser; not markedly sonicht, dass es auffallen würde; they are not markedly differentes besteht kein wesentlicher or großer Unterschied zwischen ihnen

markedly

[ˈmɑːkɪdlɪ] advvisibilmente, notevolmente, marcatamente

mark

(maːk) noun
1. (also Deutsche Mark, ~Deutschmark (ˈdoitʃmaːk) ) the standard unit of German currency before the euro.
2. a point given as a reward for good work etc. She got good marks in the exam.
3. a stain. That spilt coffee has left a mark on the carpet.
4. a sign used as a guide to position etc. There's a mark on the map showing where the church is.
5. a cross or other sign used instead of a signature. He couldn't sign his name, so he made his mark instead.
6. an indication or sign of a particular thing. a mark of respect.
verb
1. to put a mark or stain on, or to become marked or stained. Every pupil's coat must be marked with his name; That coffee has marked the tablecloth; This white material marks easily.
2. to give marks to (a piece of work). I have forty exam-papers to mark tonight.
3. to show; to be a sign of. X marks the spot where the treasure is buried.
4. to note. Mark it down in your notebook.
5. (in football etc) to keep close to (an opponent) so as to prevent his getting the ball. Your job is to mark the centre-forward.
marked adjective
obvious or easily noticeable. There has been a marked improvement in her work.
ˈmarkedly (-kid-) adverb
noticeably. It's markedly easier to do it by this method.
ˈmarker noun
1. a person who marks eg the score at games.
2. something used for marking, eg in scoring, showing the position of something etc. The area is indicated by large green markers.
3. a type of pen, usually with a thick point.
ˈmarksman (ˈmaːks-) plural ˈmarksmen noun
a person who shoots well. The police marksman did not kill the criminal – he wounded him in the leg to prevent him escaping.
ˈmarksmanship noun
a person's skill as a marksman.
leave/make one's mark
to make a permanent or strong impression. The horrors of the war have left their mark on the children.
mark out
1. to mark the boundary of (eg a football pitch) by making lines etc. The pitch was marked out with white lines.
2. to select or choose for some particular purpose etc in the future. He had been marked out for an army career from early childhood.
mark time
to move the feet up and down as if marching, but without going forward. He's only marking time in this job till he gets a better one.
References in classic literature ?
He stopped at the other corner, but less long, and even as he turned away still markedly fixed me.
He did not offer to help me or himself till I had coughed markedly several times.
And now we come to the Big Road,' said he, after receiving the compliments of Kim; for the lama was markedly silent.
s, low-toned, markedly discreet, lounging up to my table on their way out with murmurs: "Are you well?
An inflammable gas, and one markedly lighter than the atmosphere.
There was nothing markedly abnormal in any of these conditions, which harmonized with my former experiences.
Nobody had beheld the gravitation of the two into one; and when the dairyman came round by that screened nook a few minutes later there was not a sign to reveal that the markedly sundered pair were more to each other than mere acquaintance.
Casaubon turned his eyes very markedly on Dorothea while she was speaking, and seemed to observe her newly.
To prosecute his search for the young officer and the girl he must be able to move about the city as freely as possible, but to pass beneath one of the corner flares, naked as he was except for a loin cloth, and in every other respect markedly different from the inhabitants of the city, would be but to court almost immediate discovery.
A frenzy seized him that markedly increased from moment to moment.
George Eliot's literary work combines in an interesting way the same distinct and even strangely contrasting elements as her life, and in her writings their relative proportions alter rather markedly during the course of her career.
Powell- -if only her true name; and more of Captain Anthony--if only the fact that he was the son of a delicate erotic poet of a markedly refined and autocratic temperament.