mark you

idiom
Updated on: 15 Nov 2017

Definition of mark you

British, old-fashioned
used in speech to give stress to a statement that one is making so that a preceding or following statement will not be misunderstood
  • I don't always agree with him. Mark you, I'm not criticizing him!

Word by Word Definitions

mark play
  1. : a boundary land

  2. : a conspicuous object serving as a guide for travelers

  3. : something (such as a line, notch, or fixed object) designed to record position

  1. : to fix or trace out the bounds or limits of

  2. : to plot the course of : chart

  3. : to set apart by or as if by a line or boundary

  1. : any of various old European units of weight used especially for gold and silver

  2. : a unit of value:

  3. : an old English unit equal to 13s 4d

  1. : an early Jewish Christian traditionally identified as the writer of the Gospel of Mark —called also John Mark

  2. : the second Gospel (see 1gospel 1) in the New Testament — see Bible Table

  3. : a king of Cornwall, uncle of Tristram, and husband of Isolde

you play
  1. : the one or ones being addressed — compare thee, thou, ye, your, yours

  2. : one


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