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march
[mɑːtʃ]
noun
1. marcha (f) (of soldiers, demonstrators); transcurso (m) (sentido figurado) (of time, events)
  • on the march en marcha
  • march past desfile (m)
transitive verb
2. hacer marchar
  • he was marched off to prison le llevaron (por la fuerza) a la cárcel
intransitive verb
3. marchar (soldiers, demonstrators)
  • to march off marcharse
  • to march by or past (something/somebody) desfilar (ante algo/alguien)
march [mɑːtʃ]
noun
(Mil) (Mús) marcha (f); (long walk) marcha (f); caminata (f)
forced march marcha (f) forzada; an army on the march un ejército en marcha; we were on the march to the capital marchábamos hacia or sobre la capital; it's a day's march from here está a un día de marcha desde aquí; eso queda lejísimos
transitive verb
1 [+soldiers] hacer marchar; llevar
I was marched into an office me llevaron a un despacho; me hicieron entrar en un despacho
2 [+distance] recorrer (marchando)
intransitive verb
1 (Mil) marchar
forward march! de frente ¡ar!; quick march! al trote ¡ar!; to march past desfilar; to march past sb desfilar ante algn
2 (demonstrate) manifestarse; hacer una manifestación
3
to march into a room entrar resueltamente en un cuarto; to march up to sb abordar a algn
modifier
march past (n) (Mil) desfile (m)
march [mɑːtʃ]
noun
(Hist) marca (f)
the Spanish March la Marca Hispánica; the Welsh marches la marca galesa
Verb Conjugations for marchar
Gerund: marchando
Participle: marchado
Indicative
PresentPreteritImperfectConditionalFuture
yomarchomarchémarchabamarcharíamarcharé
marchasmarchastemarchabasmarcharíasmarcharás
él/ella/Ud.marchamarchómarchabamarcharíamarchará
nosotrosmarchamosmarchamosmarchábamosmarcharíamosmarcharemos
vosotrosmarcháismarchasteismarchabaismarcharíaismarcharéis
ellos/ellas/Uds.marchanmarcharonmarchabanmarcharíanmarcharán
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