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English mark [Wiktionary] is understood by 29% of world population, as:

/mark/, /mar̥ka/, /marka/, /mɑɾk/, /mɑrkʼɑ/, /mɑːk/, /mɑː(ɹ)k/, /mɑɹk/, /maːk/, /maɐk/, /maɐ̯k/

mark (French) , mark (Turkish) , mark (Dutch) , mark (Swedish) , mark (Estonian) , marek (Polish) , marko (Swahili) , marks (Latvian) , márk (Hungarian) , marka (Icelandic) , markė (Lithuanian) , marka (Serbian) , marki (Esperanto) , marc (Gaelic) , marka (Basque) , marc (Irish) , մարկ (Armenian) , марк (Russian) , марк (Macedonian) , ಮಾರ್ಕ್ (Kannada) , मार्क (Marathi) , márko (Slovenian) , მარკა (Georgian) , मार्क (Nepali) , માર્ક (Gujarati) , mark (English) , mark (German) , mark (Danish) , mark (Catalan) , mark (Welsh) , mark (Breton) , merk (Afrikaans) , marek (Czech) , marka (Maltese) , марк (Bulgarian) , مدرك‌ (Persian) ;

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