When you "mark out" you stand up for something or believe something completely. If you're a massive fan of a band and you refuse to let people critize them, you are marking out.

Believing something completely.

Comes from the wrestling term markwhere a smark forgets reading the spoilers, guessing the storylines and bitching about backstage and just feels the moment.
1. Dude, you always mark out for crappy emo bands.

2. Yeah, I totally marked out last night when Foley got thrown off the cage.
de BDV1 12 avril 2004
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To temporarily forget that wrestling is fake because something cool happened.
I totally marked out when Hogan came back from that beat down!
de Anonymous 18 septembre 2003
To emulate an idol or icon, through purchase of their tools or equipment, or through imitatation of their style or appearance.
Greg is such a John Mayer fan, he is going to go to the music store and mark out on the John Mayer signature stratocaster.
Greg worships Tom Brady so much he went to the barber to mark out with the Tom Brady hairstyle.
de Jabron 14 décembre 2007

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