There is going to be a rally in front of city hall to protest the proposed cuts in health care.Va a haber una concentración frente a la alcaldía para protestar contra los recortes de sanidad propuestos.
Hundreds of people rallied behind the police chief after the mayor threatened to fire him.Cientos de personas se reunieron detrás del jefe de la policía después de que el alcalde amenazara con despedirlo.
there was a rally in Trafalgar Squarehubo una concentración en Trafalgar Square
a nationwide rally against unemploymentshe was invited to address a big anti-government rally in Hyde Parkin the peace rally some twenty-five-thousand people linked handsone of the biggest protest rallies held in the capital in the past 20 yearsde Klerk denounced an ANC program of protest rallies and labor strikesto [hold] [stage] a rallythe group held a rally outside the United Nationsabout three thousand people held a rally to mark international human rights daytens of thousands of people staged a rally in the centre of the city to protest at the state of emergencya small group of communists staged a rally outside the Parliament buildingall strikes and political rallies have been banned
the Monte Carlo Rallyel Rally de Montecarlo
3(Tennis)intercambio (m) de golpes
after a brief rally the shares returned to 126pthe recent stock market rally petered out yesterdaythe US dollar [staged] a rally in Tokyo todaythe shares staged a rally to close at 176p
he is doing little to rally the votershe is doing little to rally the votersthey made a final effort to rally their supporters on the day before the votean issue around which they could rally voters in the next electionthe president is trying to rally support for his reformsdo you think he can rally support for his plan?Mitterrand tried to rally support for the Maastricht Treatyto rally the [troops]he decided to rally the troops still loyal to him in a last- ditch effort to cling to powerhis speech was designed to rally the troops for a tough campaign
2(exhort, unite in spirit)levantar el ánimo de;fortalecer el espíritu de;[+strength, spirits]recobrar;
1(gather in support)
to rally to or behind sbrally to sb's side or supportsolidarizarse con algn
to rally to the callacudir a la llamada
they all rallied to her supporther cabinet colleagues have continued to rally to her support
100,000 people rallied in Moscow today in support of Boris Yeltsinover 85,000 protesters rallied in cities across the former East Germanyhundreds of pro-Communist demonstrators rallied outside the embassy
the troops rallied for a final assaultthe enemy's forces rallied, and made a fresh attack on the town