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Noun
A border or boundary
“The Welsh marches.”
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A line or border separating two countries
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Plural for an act or instance of marching or moving by foot
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“The afternoon's celebrations included a march down to the ferry launching site, the walking group led by piper Bill Jackson.”
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Plural for a parade or procession of people, typically as part of an event
“The PRCU organized a march to celebrate Independence Day in 1918 and gloated over the favorable notice it attracted from American newspapers.”
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Plural for a procession organized as a protest
“At one point, the film follows several of the tour's dancers watching a march by an activist group.”
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Plural for a person's manner of walking
“As far as the eye can see, farmers, a strange march, without rhythm, without music as yet. Walking side by side, in lines of eight abreast, but each one walks singly, slow, heavy, as though trudging through his own ploughed lea.”
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Plural for the steady and inevitable development or progress of something
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“I do not see any indication that the steadfast march of technology through society is likely to hesitate.”
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Plural for a belief that one supports
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Plural for a mass meeting of people making a political protest or showing support for a cause
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Plural for dance
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Plural for a mournful poem or piece of music composed or performed as a memorial to a dead person
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Plural for an annual festival, typically during the week before Lent in Roman Catholic countries, involving processions, music, dancing, and the use of masquerade
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Plural for a strut or dance, historically done as part of a contest
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Plural for a given or specified area or region
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Plural for a group working together to advance its shared political, social, or artistic ideas
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To move or walk, especially in an orderly fashion as a group in a single line
“The men march down the streets accompanied by musicians playing fifes.”
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To move or proceed further along a course
“They march along the assigned route to the new area.”
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To walk with flair or confidence
“Feeling like she was in the zone, Sara would march confidently down the runway as the hip hop beats of Kanye West played in the background.”
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To proceed or advance inexorably
“Science continues to march forward, leaving behind those entrenched in conventional, established thinking and beliefs.”
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To march as a form of protest
“The union says that its members will march against the freezing of public-sector wage increases.”
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To walk at a steady speed, especially without a particular destination and as an expression of anxiety or annoyance
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To move slowly, heavily, clumsily, or with difficulty
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To move angrily or forcefully in a specified direction
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To move or hasten along, physically or by momentum
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To leave or exit
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To enter into a hamonious relationship with
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