- The teacher marked my work 100 out of 100.
- I topped out at 85 out of 100 on the test.
- He got full marks(ie the highest marks possible)for his essay.
- He gained full marks in the examination.
- Our teacher gave me ten out of ten for my English composition.
- He was kicking up his heels because he scored an hundred on his test.
- The teacher was amazed to find that a lazy student had gained a mark of 100 in an important test
- I must say I give you full marks for your tactful handling of a difficult situation.
- Petrova performs rope routine,earns maximum 10 points．
- The teacher was amazed to find a lazy student had gained a mark of 100 in an important test
- Full of courtesy, full of craft.
- "full of courtesy, full of craft"
- This article is full of authorities.
- Her speech was full of flourish.
- The horse went at full career.
- Marking: Every package shall be marked with “SM” in diamond and marked the package number.
- impress a mark on [ upon ] a surface=impress a surface with a mark
- To mark or mottle with spots.
- mark one's cross
- Rogers was first off the mark.