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  • 1 mark

    N
    1. निशान
    There was a coffee mark on my white skirt.
    2. अंक
    He got the highest marks in maths.
    3. निशाना
    The arrow missed it's mark.
    4. छाप
    The war has left it's mark on the country.
    5. महत्त्व
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    V
    1. पर\markनिशान\markलगाना
    Mark the items which have been checked.
    2. पर\markध्यान\markदेना
    You will be in trouble,just mark my words.

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