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Definition of Marc

  • The refuse matter which remains after the pressure of fruit, particularly of grapes.
  • A weight of various commodities, esp. of gold and silver, used in different European countries. In France and Holland it was equal to eight ounces.
  • A coin formerly current in England and Scotland, equal to thirteen shillings and four pence.
  • A German coin and money of account. See Mark.
  • made from residue of grapes or apples after pressing

How to use marc in a sentence. Marc pronunciation.

C'était ce louchon d'Augustine qui venait de pratiquer un trou au milieu du marc, en enfonçant une cuiller dans le filtre. - Veux-tu te tenir tranquille!
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Les ouvrières ne se pressèrent pas, engourdies d'une torpeur de paresse, les bras abandonnés sur leurs jupes, tenant toujours d'une main leurs verres vides, où un peu de marc de café restait.
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During the two hours that we spent together, the pacha enquired after several of his friends in Venice, and particularly after Marc Antonio Dieto.
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The champagne was drunk; the adorable cheese was eaten; and they were sipping Marc de Bourgogne.
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The carved ornament is in low relief, and represents a rough idea of the dome of S. Marc and the Campanile Tower.
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Do they call you Marc?
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C'était ce louchon d'Augustine qui venait de pratiquer un trou au milieu du marc, en enfonçant une cuiller dans le filtre.
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However he revolted from him, persuaded by the Friends of Marc Antony, that the Battle of Actium would decree the Empire to that General.
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So we find him often in intimate relations with men of science,-with Fra Luca Paccioli the mathematician, and the anatomist Marc Antonio della Torre.
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Marc saw her in 1803, at which time she carried contradicting certificates as to her sex.
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Marc came to the conclusion that it was impossible for any man to determine either one sex or the other.
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Probably the most celebrated of this class was Marc Cazotte, otherwise known as "Pepin," who died in Paris in the last century at the age of sixty-two of a chronic intestinal disorder.
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Marc le Roux, the roughest of "red caps," had a wife of whom he was very proud.
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D'après la valeur du marc d'argent, dont je suivais la progression, et sa proportion avec celle des denrées, l'augmentation pour être juste aurait dû être portée à sept cent cinquante francs.
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Their camp was in a forest on a height surrounded by marshes-Mont Saint Marc, in the forest of Compiegne; their baggage had been transported to more distant woods.
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Gliding over the great Lagune, the buildings, with which the pictures at Cherbury had already made her familiar, gradually rose up before her: the mosque-like Church of St. Marc, the tall Campanile red in the sun, the Moresco Palace of the Doges, the deadly Bridge of Sighs, and the dark structure to which it leads.
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The gorgeous standards of the sovereign republic, and its tributary kingdoms, still waved in the Place of St. Marc; the Bucentaur was not rotting in the Arsenal, and the warlike galleys of the state cruised without the Lagune; a busy and picturesque population swarmed in all directions; and the Venetian noble, the haughtiest of men, might still be seen proudly moving from the council of state, or stepping into a gondola amid a bowing crowd.
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The Place of St. Marc, at the period of our story, still presented the most brilliant spectacle of the kind in Europe.
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Muffled in his cloak, and leaning against a column in the portico of St. Marc, an expression of oppressive care and affliction was imprinted on his countenance, and ill accorded with the light and festive scene.
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Other physicians united with M. de Foissac in calling for an inquiry; and ultimately the Academy nominated a preliminary committee of five of its members, namely, Messrs Adelon, Burdin, Marc, Pariset, and Husson, to investigate the alleged facts, and to report whether the Academy, without any compromise of its dignity, could appoint a new commission.
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Examples of Marc

Example #1
Tout d'un coup, le café qui se mit à couler bruyamment, lui fit lever la tète.
Example #2
Gervaise occupait à elle seule la moitié de l'établi, avec des rideaux de mousseline brodée, sur lesquels elle poussait son fer tout droit, les bras allongés, pour éviter les faux plis.
Example #3
Elles continuèrent de causer. - C'était la petite Célestine, disait Clémence.
Example #4
Elle avait la folie des poils de chat.....
Example #5
I told him that his friends were still faithful to their affection for him, and did not find fault with his apostasy.
Example #6
The only dispensation I have asked and obtained, has been respecting circumcision, although it can hardly be called so, because, at my age, it might have proved dangerous.