bookmarked


bookmarked
v. save a piece of information for future use; save the address of a web site on one's list of favorites (Computers) n. page marker, something used to mark the page of a book (strip of paper, fabric or leather inserted between the pages of a book); Internet address saved in a user's list of favorite sites (Computers)

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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