remark

remark
re|mark1 W3S3 [rıˈma:k US -a:rk] n
1.)
something that you say when you express an opinion or say what you have noticed
= ↑comment
The Senator denied making the remark .
a sexist/critical/personal etc remark
He was fired for making racist remarks during an interview.
2.) remarks [plural]
the things you say in a formal speech
introductory/opening/concluding remarks
the chairman's introductory remarks
in sb's remarks
Caldwell, in his remarks, emphasized the need for cooperation.
remark 2
remark2 v [T]
[Date: 1500-1600; : French; Origin: remarquer, from marquer 'to mark']
to say something, especially about something you have just noticed
'This house must be very old,' he remarked.
remark that
Anderson left the table, remarking that he had some work to do.
remark on/upon
He remarked on the difference in security measures at the two airports.

Dictionary of contemporary English. 2013.

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