There are 2 definitions of marcher in English:

marcher1

Syllabification: march·er
Pronunciation: /ˈmärCHər
 
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noun

A person who marches, especially one taking part in a protest march.
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  • Sections of the city centre were brought to a halt by marchers protesting against job losses and poor working conditions.
  • Looks like they are educating their kids to be party of the next generation of protesters and marchers.
  • Protest marchers head for the offices of the Dept. of Fisheries on Black Wednesday.

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There are 2 definitions of marcher in English:

marcher2

Syllabification: march·er
Pronunciation: /
 
ˈmärCHər/

noun

chiefly historical
An inhabitant of a frontier or border district.
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  • The marcher lords on the Welsh border were particularly powerful.
  • Mortimer was one of the most powerful marcher barons of Henry III's reign and preoccupied with resisting Welsh advance.
  • Southern Wales came under the sway of the Anglo-Norman marcher lords, but the north was a different matter.

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