Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Mar"

The meaning of "Mar" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does 23 Mar 1767, Mrs. R. Ranford, Yarrow Milfoil 15dr. 3x

15dr. 3x?? mean?
A: I thought it might be a postcode but I was completely wrong.
This is a line from an apothecary's record book.
dr is an abbreviation for dram which is a unit of measurement.
This means that Mrs Ranford received a dose of 15 drams of Yarrow Milfoil on the date mentioned.

Example sentences using "Mar"

Q: Please show me example sentences with Mar ja kahi.
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Translations of "Mar"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Mar Rosso
A: Red Sea
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Mar
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Mar khana
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Mar per kharab hai
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Mar interior de Colombia!!
A: Colombia's interior sea

Other questions about "Mar"

Q: Mar 4

I was able to meet my favorite person today after an interval of half month.
I couldn't help being glad for joy.
I was convinced again that I loved her.
However, I'm too much tense when I meet her and lose it what I should talk about.
When her examination is over, I intend to convey my thought.
I have to think about a gift in return of Valentine's Day.


I don't think my sentences flow very smoothly and there are some mistakes. Please correct anything that doesn't seem natural.
A: I was able to meet my favorite person today after about of half month.
I couldn't help myself from being happy.
I was convinced again that I love her.
However, I'm too tense when I meet her and don't know what I should talk about.
When her examination is over, I intend to convey my thoughts to her.
I have to think about a gift in return of Valentine's Day's.
Q: Mar 3

In the past, the person who liked you seemed to come to encounter your dream.
When I told this to my student, she said that she would come out to my dream.
I feel too glad, so I also intend to appear in her dream without her permission.


I don't think my sentences flow very smoothly and there are some mistakes. Please correct anything that doesn't seem natural.
A: in the past, the person who liked you appeared in your dream.
When I told this to my student, she said she would come into my dream.
I was glad to hear that, so I also intend to appear in her dream without her permission.
One does not 'encounter to a dream'. You can say 'to come into my dream; to show up in my dream; to appear in my dream" instead :). It sounds a bit unnatural to say: "feel glad". People mostly just say. I was glad
Q: At least I am not stuck on Mar now
At least I am not eating potatoes that grew up by friends' shit everyday and every meal.
At least my life 's still better than Mark Watney's.
At least I still go on.... Does this sound natural?
A: There are a few errors which makes it confusing, but I'll include a corrected version that sounds more natural.

At least I'm not stuck on Mars.
At least I'm not eating potatoes that grew from my friends' shit everyday and eating them for every meal.

At least my life's still better than Mark Watney's.

At least I still go on.
Q: Mar the piece of night Does this sound natural?
A: I agree with Food123, however saying "Mar the peace of night" sounds more poetic and beautiful. So it really just depends on where you're using the sentence. ^^

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