marker
noun Date: 15th century 1. one that marks 2. something used for marking 3. score 7; specifically run 4. promissory note, IOU 5. something that serves to identify, predict, or characterize: as a. biomarker b. genetic marker

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  • Marker — Marker …   Deutsch Wörterbuch

  • Marker — may refer to: Marker (linguistics), a morpheme that indicates some grammatical function Marker (telecommunications), a special purpose computer A set of sewing patterns tightly arranged within a rectangle that is placed over cloth to be cut… …   Wikipedia

  • Marker — bezeichnet einen farbigen Markierstift, um Textpassagen hervorzuheben, siehe Marker (Stift) eine biologische Substanz, die als Indikator auf einen biologischen Zustand hindeutet, siehe Biomarker eine körpereigene Substanz, die auf die Anwesenheit …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Märker — steht für: Berliner Burschenschaft der Märker Märker (Zeitung), ein Anzeigenblatt in vier Landkreisen von Nordbrandenburg Märker Gruppe, ein Zement und Umwelttechnik Konzern Der Märker, Landeskundliche Zeitschrift für den Bereich der ehemaligen… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • marker — UK US /ˈmɑːkər/ noun ► [C] a sign that shows what something is like or proves that something exists: a marker of sth »The company sees its invitation to join the business forum as a marker of success. ► [C, usually singular] something that is… …   Financial and business terms

  • marker — [MÁR CĂR] s. m. 1. genă mutantă cu efecte fenotipice detectabile, cu localizare cunoscută, care permite localizarea altor gene. 2. particularitate morfologică ce permite identificarea corectă a unui cromozom. ♢ cromozom diferit de omologul său… …   Dicționar Român

  • marker — / mɑ:kə/, it. / marker/ s. ingl. [der. di (to ) mark segnare, contrassegnare ], usato in ital. al masch. [pennarello a punta grossa usato per marcare con inchiostro colorato singole parole o parti di un testo] ▶◀ ‖ evidenziatore …   Enciclopedia Italiana

  • marker — O.E. mearcere writer, notary (glossing L. notarius clerk ), lit. one who marks, agent noun from MARK (Cf. mark) (v). Not found again until late 15c., hence modern use is perhaps a separate formation. Meaning monument stone is from 1888. Meaning… …   Etymology dictionary

  • marker — màrkēr m <G markéra> DEFINICIJA 1. predmet koji služi kao znak (zastavica, kolčić) 2. onaj koji označuje što, stavlja oznaku na što; označitelj, bilježitelj 3. flomaster kojim se vuku debele crte tako da su lako uočljive i s veće daljine… …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • marker — [mär′kər] n. a person or thing that marks; specif., a) a person who keeps score in a game b) a device for keeping score c) a device for marking lines, as on a tennis court d) a bookmark e) a gravestone ☆ f) a milestone or similar sign …   English World dictionary

  • Marker — Mark er, n. One who or that which marks. Specifically: (a) One who keeps account of a game played, as of billiards. (b) A counter used in card playing and other games. (c) (Mil.) The soldier who forms the pilot of a wheeling column, or marks the… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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