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march /mɑ:tʃ/
  • danh từ
    • March tháng ba
    • (quân sự) cuộc hành quân; chặng đường hành quân (trong một thời gian...); bước đi (hành quân)
      • a line of march: đường hành quân
      • to be on the march: đang hành quân
      • a day's march: chặng đường hành quân trong một ngày
      • a march past: cuộc điều hành qua
    • (nghĩa bóng) sự tiến triển, sự trôi đi
      • the march of events: sự tiến triển của sự việc
      • the march of time: sự trôi đi của thời gian
    • hành khúc, khúc quân hành
    • ngoại động từ
      • cho (quân đội...) diễu hành
      • đưa đi, bắt đi
        • the policemen march the arrested man off: công an đưa người bị bắt đi
    • nội động từ
      • đi, bước đều; diễu hành
      • (quân sự) hành quân
      • to march off
        • bước đi, bỏ đi
      • to march out
        • bước đi, đi ra
      • to march past
        • diễu hành qua
    • danh từ
      • bờ cõi, biên giới biên thuỳ
      • nội động từ
        • giáp giới, ở sát bờ cõi, ở tiếp biên giới
          • Vietnam marches with China: Việt-nam giáp giới với Trungquốc
      Concise Dictionary
      Marches|marches|marched|marchingmɑrtʃ /mɑːtʃ
      noun
      +the month following February and preceding April
      +the act of marching; walking with regular steps (especially in a procession of some kind)
      +a steady advance
      +a procession of people walking together
      +district consisting of the area on either side of a border or boundary of a country or an area
      +genre of music written for marching
      +a degree granted for the successful completion of advanced study of architecture
      verb
      +march in a procession
      +force to march
      +walk fast, with regular or measured steps; walk with a stride
      +march in protest; take part in a demonstration
      +walk ostentatiously
      +cause to march or go at a marching pace
      +lie adjacent to another or share a boundary

      Thesaurus Dictionary
      v.
      1 parade, step, stride, strut, tread, pace, walk:
      They marched from Baxter Street to the Town Hall.
      n.
      2 parade, procession, demonstration, cortege or cortège, walk:
      The march was organized to protest against the government's nuclear arms policy
      3 walk, trek, slog, hike:
      We had a long march ahead of us to get to Hastings.
      Advanced English Dictionary
      + noun
      [U, C] (abbreviation Mar.) the 3rd month of the year, between February and April
      Help Note: To see how March is used, look at the examples at April.
      Idioms see MAD
      Collocation Dictionary
      noun

      1 movement/journey

      ADJ.

      long | brisk | steady | forced | approach
      They reached the enemy position after an arduous approach march.
      | fifty-mile, four-day, etc. | two hours, half a day's, etc.
      The camp was half a day's march away.
      | northward, southward, etc. | forward, onward
      (figurative) the forward march of technology
      | inevitable, inexorable
      (figurative) the inexorable march of time

      VERB + MARCH

      begin, set off on
      The army set off on a forced march towards Berlin.

      PREP.

      on the ~
      The army has been on the march for two weeks
      | ~ from
      the march from Paris to Brittany
      | ~ of
      a march of over 30 miles (figurative) the march of history/progress/science
      | ~ to, ~ towards
      (figurative) the steady march towards equality

      PHRASES

      line of march
      Villages in the army's line of march were burned to the ground.
      | a … march away
      The border was still a day's march away.
      | the march eastward, westward, etc.

      2 organized walk

      ADJ.

      hunger, peace, protest, victory | anti-racism, pro-democracy, etc.

      VERB + MARCH

      hold, organize, stage | lead | be on, go on, join in, take part in | halt, stop
      The farmers halted the march outside the Ministry of Agriculture.
      | break up
      The march was broken up by police in riot gear.

      MARCH + VERB

      mark sth
      a march marking the thirtieth anniversary of the shootings

      PREP.

      at/on a/the ~
      There were in excess of 100,000 people at the march.
      | ~ against
      a march against racism
      | ~ for
      a march for the victims of the war
      | ~ from, ~ of
      a march of over 6,000 people
      | ~ to

      PHRASES

      a march past
      There will be a special march past of competitors.

      3 music

      ADJ.

      military | funeral, wedding

      VERB + MARCH

      compose | play | strike up
      The orchestra struck up a military march.

      verb

      1 walk with regular steps

      ADV.

      briskly, swiftly | boldly | purposefully | inexorably
      (figurative) Time marches inexorably on and we still have not made a decision.
      | north, south, etc. | ahead, away, back, forward, off, on, out, over, past, up (and down)
      Craig marched up to the front door and rang the bell. Soldiers were marching up and down outside the government buildings.

      PREP.

      from, into, on
      The invading army marched on Rome.
      | out of
      So saying, she marched boldly out of the house.
      | through, to
      They marched all the way from London to Edinburgh.
      | towards

      PHRASES

      march in step
      conscripts learning to march in step (= in time with each other)

      2 walk in a large group to protest about sth

      ADV.

      peacefully

      PREP.

      for
      marching for peace
      | in support of
      protesters marching in support of the students' demands
      | on
      The demonstrators marched on the Italian embassy.
      | through
      marching peacefully through the town centre
      | to, towards



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