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Meanings of "march" in Spanish English Dictionary : 38 result(s)

English Spanish
Common
march marcha [f]
march ida [f]
march marchar [v]
march marzo [m]
march marzo
General
march marca [f]
march marzal [adj]
march caminata [f]
march manifestación [f]
march trocha [f] VE disused
march llevar por la fuerza [v]
march manifestarse (en protesta) [v]
march marchar (en la formación) [v]
march marchar [v] PA
march mes del mar [m] BO
march caminar [v]
march partir [v]
march avance [m]
march frontera [f]
march marchar (en fila/orden) [v]
march marchar con resolución [v]
march movimiento [m]
march adelanto [m]
march marca [f] disused
Colloquial
march marcha [f] PA
Law
march parada [f]
Engineering
march lindero [m]
Technical
march hacer progresos [v]
march poner en marcha [v]
march avanzar [v]
march lindar [v]
march estar contiguo [v]
march hacer marchar [v]
Television
march progreso [m]
Aeronautics
march desfilar [v]
march marzo
American Football
march ofensiva [f]
march avance [m]

Meanings of "march" with other terms in English Spanish Dictionary : 159 result(s)

English Spanish
General
of march marzal [adj]
march-past alarde (árabe) [m]
a march of people for a beneficial purpose caminata [f] PA DO PR CO EC
group of people that come together to protest against those who have organized a march contramarcha [f] EC PE
peaceful protest march movilización [f] EC
march in formation desfilar [v]
lead the march abrir la marcha [v]
head the march abrir la marcha [v]
head the march encabezar la marcha [v]
funeral march marcha de la muerte [v]
funeral march marcha fúnebre [v]
march in file ajilarse [v] VE
march in file ahilarse [v] CU VE
constantly move ears and tail to scare flies, when punished, or when forced to march mosquear [v] MX AR:Nw UY rur.
march with no interruption trochar [v] VE disused
pertaining to the month of march marcial [adj] HN
constantly moving ears and tail to scare flies, when punished, or when forced to march mosqueador [adj] AR rur.
a certain kind of march pasodoble [m]
corn field planted in march chamil [m] MX:E rur.
march leader garrotero [m] HN
small peach that ripens during march and april cuaresmillo [m] PE
fighter cock born and hatched from an egg laid in the month of march marcial [m] PR
person or group participating in a march, demonstration, or parade marchante [m] BO UY disused
person or group participating in a march, demonstration, or parade marchante [m] DO VE PE CL
march step characterized by rigid and horizontal lifting the advancing leg paso de parada [m] BO CL
southerly wind in cuba between february and march at the beginning of lent viento de cuaresma [m] CU
protester participating in a protest or joining a march for a cause marchista [m/f] CU VE BO
protester participating in a protest or joining a march for a cause marchista [m/f] EC rare
early-march principios de marzo [m/pl]
large waves that form throughout the month of march and last around eight days marciales [m/pl] HN:S
funeral march marcha fúnebra
back in march allá en marzo
the ides of march are come han llegado los idus de marzo
the ides of march los idus de marzo
dead march marcha de la muerte
dead march marcha fúnebre
death march marcha de la muerte
death march marcha fúnebre
one-day march jornada [f]
old tax payable in march marzadga [f]
march fast aguijar [v]
march past in a review desfilar [v]
be march-like (the weather) marcear [v]
march out salir [v]
belonging to the month of march marzal [adj]
halting-day for soldiers on a march descanso [m]
month of march marzo [m]
lively march pasacalle [m]
counter-march contramarcha [f]
wedding-march marcha nupcial [f]
counter-march retroceder [v]
counter-march contramarchar [v]
march on seguir caminando [v]
march out irse [v]
march past desfilar [v]
march up avanzar [v]
march out hacer salir [v]
steal a march on ganar por la mano [v]
steal a march on sorprender [v]
mad as a march hare extravagante [adj]
mad as a march hare insensato [adj]
march-past desfile [m]
quick march paso doble [m]
mad as a march hare loco de atar [loc/adj]
mad as a march hare loco de atar [loc/adv]
mad as a march hare insensata [adj/f]
Idioms
march to one's own drum ir a su aire [v]
march to the beat of a different drum marchar al ritmo de un diferente tambor [v]
be on the march volverse popular [v]
be as mad as a march hare estar loco de remate [v]
be as mad as a march hare estar loco de atar [v]
be mad as a march hare estar loco de atar [v]
be mad as a march hare estar loco de remate [v]
be mad as a march hare ser loco de atar [v]
be mad as a march hare ser loco de remate [v]
steal a march on someone madrugar a alguien [v]
steal a march on ganar de mano [v]
steal a march on adelantarse [v]
steal a march on anticiparse [v]
steal a march on tomar la delantera [v]
steal a march on anticiparse a alguien [v]
steal a march on someone tomarle la delantera a alguien [v]
mad as a march hare loco como una cabra
mad as a march hare chiflado
as mad as a march hare cabreado
as mad as a march hare muy enojado
as mad as a march hare como una fiera
as mad as a march hare muy furioso
march to a different drummer marchar a un ritmo diferente
march to (the beat of) a different drummer marchar a un ritmo diferente
march to a different tune marchar a un ritmo diferente
march to a different tune (brit) marchar a un ritmo diferente
march to a different drummer (us) marchar a un ritmo diferente
march in a single file marchar en fila
march in step with someone caminar codo con codo con alguien
march in a single line caminar alineados
march in single line caminar en fila
as mad as a march hare tan loco como una cabra
Speaking
what is the weather like in erzurum in march? ¿qué tiempo hace en erzurum en marzo?
what is the weather like in erzurum in march? ¿cómo es el clima en erzurum en marzo?
Phrasals
march up to someone abordar a alguien decididamente [v]
march past someone desfilar por delante de alguien [v]
march up adelantar [v]
march in entrar [v]
march against marchar en contra de
Colloquial
march! mar [interj]
on the march en movimiento
on the march marchando
march past parada militar
march past desfile militar
Proverbs
beware the Ides of March guárdate/cuídate de los idus de marzo
march winds and april showers bring forth may flowers marzo ventoso y abril lluvioso hacen a mayo florido y hermoso
Phrases
on the march sobre la marcha [adv]
in the month of march en el mes de marzo
in the month of march en marzo
Law
protest march manifestación de protesta
protest march marcha de protesta
International Law
peoples' march marcha de los pueblos
Politics
16 march active movement movimiento activo 16 de marzo PA
uruguayan youth on the march juventud uruguaya de pie UY
four march coordinated movement coordinación cuatro de marzo BO
Engineering
march frontage frente de marcha
onward march marcha hacia adelante
concentration march marcha de concentración
onward march marcha progresiva
journal of march diario de marchas
Physics
march past desfile [m]
Medicine
march fracture fractura de marcha
march foot pie de marcha
march hemoglobinuria hemoglobinuria de la marcha
march fracture fractura de la marcha
march tumor tumor de marcha
march fracture fractura de la marcha
march hemoglobinuria hemoglobinuria de la marcha
Aeronautics
march (mar) marzo
length of march distancia de la marcha
cross country march marcha a campo través
line of march itinerario de marcha
administrative march marcha estratégica
order of march orden de marcha
length of march etapa diaria
Military
march by files desfilar [v]
slow march lento [adj]
forward, march! ¡con compás mar! [expr] BO
slow march lenta [adj/f]
gait of march cadencia de marcha
march graph gráfico de marcha
approach march marcha de aproximación
rate of march velocidad de marcha
march schedule horario de marcha
march table gráfico de marcha
march unit unidad de marcha
Music
quick-march paso doble [m]
American Football
keep (the march/the team) alive mantener la marcha/al equipo con vida
History
tax paid in march marzadga [f]
tax paid in march buey de marzo [m]
Botany
march around the base of a hill costear [v] PY AR:Nw rur.
march lily jarajorechi [m] BO:E
Folklore
typical dance of the moxos region, in which the performers carry wooden machetes and move using a military march to the rhythm of their bells and orchestra danza de los macheteros [f] BO