Idiom: mark down something
Idiom: mark down something (mark something down)
- to lower the price of something
- I actually bought two pairs of shoes because they were marked down to $49.99 from $129.00.
- Do you know when you plan to mark these jackets down?
- Let's go to the mall today. They've marked summer clothes down already.
- I love these boots but they're so expensive. I hope to buy them when they're marked down.
- I only buy designer clothing if it's marked down.
- Shopping is such a game. Things are always marked up and then they mark them down to pretend they're on sale.
- I'd wait until Labor Day. You know they'll mark prices down at least 20% for the holiday.
- The store's employee discount is valid even when items are already marked down.
- All the phones on that display over there are marked down.
- knock off (the price of something)
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