Idiom: mark up something (mark something up)
— These are not real sales. They simply mark up the price, cross it off and write in something lower that they call the “sale” price.
— After the sale, these prices will be marked up by 25%.
— I'm sorry but we had to mark up our prices because of President Trump's trade war with China.
— Occasionally, we mark up our espresso drink prices when the cost of coffee or milk increases.
— I’ve marked up this report with my changes so please try to make the corrections in the next few hours.
— Many businesses employing non-skilled workers had to mark up some of their services after the government raised the minimum wage.
— Who marked up these changes in the report? There's no explanation in the comments.
— Please have Stella Ward mark up the brochure before it goes to the printer.
— The bill has to be marked up in committee before it's brought to the floor for a vote.
— Could you please mark up the chapter tomorrow so we can send it to the client Friday?
Increase the price
Make corrections or changes
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