"marshal" can be a verb. You can see the conjugations below.

marshal
[ˈmɑːʃəl]
sustantivo
1. mariscal (m) (army officer)
2. miembro (m) del servicio de orden (at race, demonstration)
verbo transitivo (pt & pp marshaled, marshaled)
3. dirigir (people, troops) (Estados Unidos); poner en orden (arguments, thoughts)

marshal [mar-shal]
sustantivo
1. Mariscal.
2. Bastonero o maestro de ceremonia
sustantivo
3. Mariscal de campo, militar del más alto rango.
4. (E. U.) (a) Oficial de los tribunales de justicia de los Estados Unidos.
5. Precursor, aposentador de camino.
(b) Jefe de la policía o del departamento de incendios en algunas ciudades.
verbo neutro (intransitivo)
1. Juntarse y ordenarse (army). (n)
va. Ordenar, poner en orden; guiar como director de alguna función, disciplinar.

marshal [ˈmɑːʃəl]
noun
1 (Mil) mariscal (m)
2 (at demonstration, meeting) oficial (m)
3 (US) alguacil (m); oficial (m) de justicia
verb:transitive
1 [+soldiers, procession] formar
2 [+facts etc] ordenar; [+evidence] presentar

Verb Conjugations for "marshal" (go to el mariscal)

Indicative

Present
Preterit
Future
I marshal I marshalled I will marshal
you marshal you marshalled you will marshal
he/she marshals he/she marshalled he/she will marshal
we marshal we marshalled we will marshal
you marshal you marshalled you will marshal
they marshal they marshalled they will marshal
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