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March / marzo
 
March   [mɑ:tʃ]   -noun   marzo (m)
 
march / marcha
 
march   1   [mɑ:tʃ]
A. -noun   (military, music)   marcha (f)   (figurative)
(=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'noun a day'noun march from here
·está a un día de marcha desde aquí
(figurative)   eso queda lejísimos
quick  
steal  
B. -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)
C. -intransitive verb
1. (military)   marchar
·forward march!
·de frente ¡ar!
·quick march!
·al trote ¡ar!
·to march past
·desfilar
·to march past somebody
·desfilar ante somebody, someone
2. (=demonstrate)   manifestarse,   hacer una manifestaciónoun
3. (figurative)
·to march into a room
·entrar resueltamente en un cuarto
·to march up to somebody
·abordar a somebody, someone
D. -compound
·march past   -noun   (military)   desfile (m)
 
march / marca
 
march   2   [mɑ:tʃ]   -noun   (history)   marca (f)
·the Spanish March
·la Marca Hispánica
·the Welsh marches
·la marca galesa
 
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged and Audio Headword Pronunciation (Spanish) 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co Ltd. 1971,1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992,1993,1996,1997,2000,2003,2005.
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