a ribbon or other marker placed between the pages of a book to mark a place.
Also called favorite. a link to a website address saved electronically in a browser to facilitate quick access to the Web page.
an electronic pointer created in a computer file to facilitate quick access to a specific part of the text.
Digital Technology. to create a bookmark for:
I bookmarked ten of my favorite blogs.
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Also called bookmarker. a strip or band of some material, such as leather or ribbon, put between the pages of a book to mark a place
an address for a website stored on a computer so that the user can easily return to the site
an identifier placed in a document so that part of the document can be accessed easily
to identify and store (a website) so that one can return to it easily
to place a bookmark in (a document)
a match in or from a matchbook.
an automobile, small truck, or trailer constructed to carry books and serve as a traveling library, as for communities where libraries are not accessible. Contemporary Examples James Lee Burke Talks About His Fiction, History, and the American Dream David Masciotra July 19, 2014 noun (US & Canadian) a vehicle providing lending library facilities Also called […]
a sacred book of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, believed by members of the church to be an abridgment by a prophet (Mormon) of a record of certain ancient peoples in America, written on golden plates, and discovered and translated (1827–30) by Joseph Smith. noun a sacred book of the Mormon Church, […]
a collection of 305 poems compiled in the 6th century b.c. by Confucius.