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    marked up

    Hello everyone

    I'd like to ask about the meaning of "mark up" in the following context:

    Then, on the day we left for our vacation, two books arrived
    from Ron Roth. They were heavily marked up, and in a brief note he
    suggested I might want to study them. I added the books to our luggage,
    and off we went.


    Does "heavily marked up" mean that someone made a lot of notes/additions/comments in the text of the book?


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    Re: marked up

    Quote Originally Posted by KLPNO View Post
    Hello everyone

    I'd like to ask about the meaning of "mark up" in the following context:

    Then, on the day we left for our vacation, two books arrived
    from Ron Roth. They were heavily marked up, and in a brief note he
    suggested I might want to study them. I added the books to our luggage,
    and off we went.


    Does "heavily marked up" mean that someone made a lot of notes/additions/comments in the text of the book?

    That's how I read it.

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