Past participle ofmarch. There are other translations for this conjugation.


Another 50,000 people marched in the city of El Alto.
Otras 50,000 personas marcharon en la ciudad de El Alto.
Robinson and I marched with a group of his colleagues.
Robinson y yo marchamos con un grupo de sus colegas.
Five thousand marched in the eastern state of Veracruz.
Cinco mil marcharon en el estado oriental de Veracruz.
In Seattle, 300 people marched on the local INS building.
En Seattle, 300 personas marcharon al edificio de la Migra.
In Los Angeles, 10,000 people marched in the streets of Hollywood.
En Los Ángeles, 10,000 personas marcharon por las calles de Hollywood.
He risked his life every time he marched, spoke, or protested.
Arriesgó su vida cada vez que marchó, habló, o protestado.
Finally, in the end of 598, the Babylonian army marched.
Finalmente, en la final de 598, el ejército de Babilonia marchó.
A hundred University of Wisconsin students marched from the campus.
Cien estudiantes de la Universidad de Wisconsin marcharon desde el campus.
Tens of thousands marched in San Francisco on March 18.
Docenas de miles protestaron en San Francisco el 18 de marzo.
Protesters marched through the neighborhood for three hours—in the streets.
Los manifestantes marcharon por la comunidad por tres horas, en las calles.
It has marched steadily across Europe since the Second World War.
Se ha extendido constantemente por Europa desde la Segunda Guerra Mundial.
Hundreds marched again in the streets after the meeting.
Tras la reunión, cientos marcharon en las calles de nuevo.
In Detroit 11,000 workers marched in an eight-hour parade.
En Detroit, 11.000 trabajadores marcharon en un desfile de ocho horas.
The soldiers, sailors and airmen marched with the workers.
Los soldados, marineros y aviadores se manifestaron junto con los obreros.
They marched to Santiago with their flag aloft.
Ellos marcharon hasta Santiago con su bandera en alto.
We marched during one hour and a half in the streets of Vitoria.
Hemos marchado durante hora y media por las calles de Vitoria.
On Monday, about 50 students marched around campus.
El lunes, unos 50 estudiantes marcharon por la universidad.
As I understand it, you and your daughter were marched for months.
Tengo entendido que Vd. y su hija caminaron varios meses.
It seems that over one hundred thousand people marched.
Parece que se dieron cita más de cien mil personas.
Like last year, the CGT marched alone.
Como el año pasado, la CGT marchó sola.
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