US: /ˈmɑɹʃəɫ/
UK: /mˈɑːʃə‍l/

English Vietnamese dictionary

marshal /'mɑ:ʃəl/
  • danh từ
    • (quân sự) nguyên soái, thống chế
      • Marshal of the Royal Air Force: thống chế không quân (Anh)
    • vị quan phụ trách nghi lễ, quan chủ tế
    • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) cảnh sát trưởng, quận trưởng
    • động từ
      • sắp đặt vào hàng ngũ; sắp xếp theo thứ tự
      • đưa dẫn (một cách trang trọng)
        • the guest was marshalled into the presence og the President: vị khách được đưa vào yết kiến chủ tịch

    Advanced English dictionary

    noun, verb
    + noun
    1 (usually in compounds) an officer of the highest rank in the British army or air force: Field Marshal Lord Haig + Marshal of the Royal Air Force
    2 a person responsible for making sure that public events, especially sports events, take place without any problems, and for controlling crowds
    3 (in the US) an officer whose job is to carry out court orders: a federal marshal
    4 (in some US cities) an officer of high rank in a police or fire department
    + verb (-ll-, AmE -l-) [VN] (written)
    1 to gather together and organize the people, things, ideas, etc. that you need for a particular purpose: to marshal your arguments / thoughts / facts + They have begun marshalling forces to send relief to the hurricane victims.
    2 to control or organize a large group of people: Police were brought in to marshal the crowd.

    Collocation dictionary

    More information about RANK


    in the armed forces air force, army, navy ~
    an air force/army sergeant an army/navy captain

    marshal a
    have/hold the rank of, serve as ~
    She joined the navy and held the rank of captain. He served as a lieutenant in the marine corps.

    be appointed, become, be made ~
    He was made a colonel at the age of 40. She ought to have been made sergeant by now.

    under ~
    383 men under General Miles attacked the camp.

    the rank of ~
    She was promoted to the rank of colonel.

    Concise English dictionary

    marshalled|marshalling|marshals|marshaled|marshaling'mɑrʃl /'mɑːʃl
    +a law officer having duties similar to those of a sheriff in carrying out the judgments of a court of law
    +(in some countries) a military officer of highest rank
    +place in proper rank
    +arrange in logical order
    +make ready for action or use
    +lead ceremoniously, as in a procession