How Do You Spell MARRED?

Pronunciation: [mˈɑːd] (IPA)

The word "marred" is spelled with two r's and one d. Its IPA phonetic transcription is /mɑːd/. The first sound is a long "a" followed by the "r" sound which is then doubled in this word. The final sound is a voiced "d" sound. "Marred" is a past tense verb which means to spoil, damage or disfigure something, usually a surface or an object. It can also refer to the damage or harm caused to a person's reputation or standing.

MARRED Meaning and Definition

Marred is an adjective that refers to something damaged, spoiled, or disfigured. It describes an object or a situation that has suffered a negative influence, resulting in a flawed or imperfect state. When something is marred, it no longer exhibits its original quality, beauty, or integrity. This term is often used to denote physical defects or imperfections, but it can also be used metaphorically to refer to emotional or spiritual damage.

In the physical sense, marred can describe a surface that is scratched, cracked, discolored, or tarnished. For instance, a marred painting may have scratches or discoloration, losing some of its original artistic value. Similarly, a marred object may have a dent, chip, or blemish, affecting its aesthetic appeal and functionality.

Metaphorically, marred can be used to describe intangible aspects of life. It can refer to a relationship that has been damaged or a reputation that has been tainted. For example, a marred friendship might have experienced conflicts or betrayals, resulting in a strained or broken bond. Likewise, a marred reputation suggests that someone's image, honor, or trustworthiness has been compromised due to past actions or circumstances.

Overall, marred signifies a state of imperfection or damage, whether in physical or metaphorical terms, highlighting the negative alteration that has occurred.

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Etymology of MARRED

The word "marred" is derived from the Middle English word "merren" or "maren", which came from the Old English word "merran" or "myrran". These Old English roots gave the sense of spoiling, damaging, or causing injury or harm. The word ultimately traces back to the Proto-Germanic root "*marzijan", meaning to hinder, harm, or obstruct. Over time, the word "marred" has retained its meaning of being spoiled or damaged, usually referring to something that was previously beautiful or perfect but has been affected in a negative way.

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Conjugate verb Marred

CONDITIONAL

I would marred
you would marred
he/she/it would marred
we would marred
they would marred

CONDITIONAL CONTINUOUS

I would be marring
you would be marring
he/she/it would be marring
we would be marring
they would be marring

CONDITIONAL PERFECT

I would have marred
you would have marred
he/she/it would have marred
we would have marred
they would have marred

CONDITIONAL PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I would have been marring
you would have been marring
he/she/it would have been marring
we would have been marring
they would have been marring

FUTURE

I will mar
you will mar
he/she/it will mar
we will mar
they will mar

FUTURE CONTINUOUS

I will be marring
you will be marring
he/she/it will be marring
we will be marring
they will be marring

FUTURE PERFECT

I will have marred
you will have marred
he/she/it will have marred
we will have marred
they will have marred

FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I will have been marring
you will have been marring
he/she/it will have been marring
we will have been marring
they will have been marring

IMPERATIVE

you mar
we let´s mar

NONFINITE VERB FORMS

to mar

PAST

I marred
you marred
he/she/it marred
we marred
they marred

PAST CONTINUOUS

I was marring
you were marring
he/she/it was marring
we were marring
they were marring

PAST PARTICIPLE

marred

PAST PERFECT

I had marred
you had marred
he/she/it had marred
we had marred
they had marred

PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I had been marring
you had been marring
he/she/it had been marring
we had been marring
they had been marring

PRESENT

I mar
you mar
he/she/it mars
we mar
they mar

PRESENT CONTINUOUS

I am marring
you are marring
he/she/it is marring
we are marring
they are marring

PRESENT PARTICIPLE

marring

PRESENT PERFECT

I have marred
you have marred
he/she/it has marred
we have marred
they have marred

PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I have been marring
you have been marring
he/she/it has been marring
we have been marring
they have been marring

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