salir de marchaintransitive verb phrase
a. to march out
Los soldados salieron de marcha con su capitán al amanecer y volvieron ya caída la noche.The soldiers marched out with their captain at dawn and came back when night had fallen.
2. (colloquial) (to go to bars) (Spain)
a. to go out on the town (colloquial)
Me apetece un montón salir de marcha y pillarme un buen pedo.I feel a lot like going out on the town and getting really drunk.
3. (colloquial) (to go to clubs) (Spain)
a. to go out clubbing (colloquial)
Cuando estuve de vacaciones en Ibiza, salí de marcha todas las noches.When I was on vacation in Ibiza, I went out clubbing every night.
b. to go clubbing (colloquial)
Este es un sitio estupendo para salir de marcha porque las discotecas no cierran hasta las 6 am.This is a great place to go clubbing because clubs don't close until 6 am.
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