Definition of slow march in English:

slow march

Syllabification: slow march


[in singular]
  • A military marching pace approximately half the speed of the quick march.
    More example sentences
    • The seven that were carrying the coffin continued their slow march, past the guards and into the tomb.
    • ‘They are making a slow march towards here’ the scout said quickly ‘we also discovered a traitor’
    • They'll be here soon; they are only about five miles away at a slow march.

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