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Is it something like - 'attributes of success' or maybe like 'signs of success'?
Please provide some examples and explanation
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It's much better if you provide the example sentences you have in mind.
For example from the book:
"But a key factor seems to that today, young people define living alone as a positive way, as a mark of success"

For me it sounds something like 'an ingredient of a recipe of success'
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Sorry, mistake
"But a key factor seems to BE that today, young people define living alone as a positive way, as a mark of success"
But from another point 'mark of success' sound like 'signs of success' for superstitious people, for example:
"She saw a beautiful horse crossing the road and treated it like a mark of success"
I don't know what book you're using, but it appears to have mistakes in it!

"mark of success" is natural and common in English. Use it!
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teechr"mark of success" is natural and common in English. Use it!
So what does it mean?
Petr SadfSo what does it mean?
Sign or symbol of success.
Ahh ok thanks a lot
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