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book·mark / ˈboŏkˌmärk/ • n. a strip of leather, cardboard, or other material, used to mark one's place in a book. ∎ Comput. a record of the address of a file, web page, or other data used to enable quick access by a user. • v. Comput. record the address of (a file, web page, or other data) for quick access by a user: if you think politics is the ultimate game, be sure to bookmark eVote.

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1. A marker placed in a document to allow easy access to that point.

2. A link to a URL stored on a computer (e.g. in a ‘favorites list’) so that the user may easily access it.

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