American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A raise in the price of an item for sale.
- n. An amount added to a cost price in calculating a selling price, especially an amount that takes into account overhead and profit.
- n. A session of a U.S. congressional committee at which a legislative bill is put into final form.
- n. The collection of detailed stylistic instructions written on a manuscript that is to be typeset.
- n. Computer Science The collection of tags that describe the specifications of an electronic document, as for formatting.
- n. The notation that is used to indicate how text should be displayed.
- n. The percentage or amount by which a seller hikes up his buy-in price when determining his selling price.
- n. An increase in price.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. (Commerce) The amount added to the cost to determine the asking price.
- n. (printing) Instructions for the typesetter that are written on the copy (e.g. underlining words that are to be set in italics).
- n. (Legislation) Changes in proposed legislation drafted in conference, as contrasted with changes resulting from the amendment process.
- v. increase the price of
- n. the amount added to the cost to determine the asking price
- n. detailed stylistic instructions for typesetting something that is to be printed; manual markup is usually written on the copy (e.g. underlining words that are to be set in italics)
“This is -- and maybe we don't always pay as close attention to something like this, Tony, what we call a markup, where these members of this committee are taking a bill, and they are going through it really line by line, taking out things they don't want, making adjustments to things, making changes.”
“That's why I was pressing last week to move ahead with what we call the markup in Judiciary, and I am hopeful we will get the bill to the floor this week.”
“I've looked here in the US but the markup is too high for me to sell it in my area.”
“They may trade at a "premium," a markup from the value of their underlying assets, or at a "discount.”
“Contrariwise, goods shipped from Japan to US markets must always have a certain markup compared to the price of the same item in Japan.”
“Let's hope the city attorney doesn't ruin her own reputation by issuing a preposterous opinion that Beavers Stadium, a highly commercialized facility that would charge admission and sell alcoholic beverages (among other items) at a huge markup, is somehow a "public park or playground.”
“Semantic markup is markup that encodes meaning into content.”
“He talked about using class names and id values well so that markup is maintainable.”
“But a 50% markup from the initial wholesale price (“frontline”) is considered the standard.”
“If you are buying, a principal can charge you more for the security than it paid; this take is known as a markup.”
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