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march

Pronunciation: /mɑːtʃ/

transitive verb/فعل متعد

  • حَثَّ على السَيْرِ [the prisoners] [squad] he marched the suspect into the police station اقْتادَ المُتَّهَمَ نحو مَرْكَزِ الشرْطةِ \ البوليس

intransitive verb/فعل غير متعد

  • 1 [soldiers] سارَ (I) (stem vowel = i) forward/quick march! إلى الأَمامِ سِرْ!
  • 2 (in protest) [demonstrators] [protesters] سارَ (I) (stem vowel = i), مَشى (I) (stem vowel = i) the protesters marched through the capital سارَ \ مَشى المُتَظاهِرونَ عَبْرَ العاصِمةِ
  • 3 (to stride) سارَ (stem vowel = i) (I) she marched up to the manager سارَتْ نحو المُديرِ

noun/اسم

  • 1 (journey on foot) مَسيرة عَسْكَريّة, مارِش عَسْكَريّ a 40 km march مَسيرة 40 كلم it's a day's march from here إنَّها على مَسيرةِ يَوْمٍ من هُنا the march of time مَسيرة الزَمَنِ
  • 3 [music/الموسيقى] موسيقى المارِش a slow/quick march مارِش بَطيء \ سَريع

Idioms

to give sb their marching orders

طَرَدَهُ شَرَّ طَرْدةٍ

to steal a march on sb

[ اسْتَبَقَ شَخْصاً بالحيلةِ والخِداعِ ]

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March

Pronunciation: /mɑːtʃ/

noun/اسم

  • مارِس (North Africa/شمال إفريقيا) (Gulf/الخليج) آذار (diptotic) (The Levant/بلاد الشام) (Iraq/العراق) in March في آذارَ \ مارِس her birthday is in March ‫عيدُ ميلادِها في آذارَ \ مارِس‬ our holiday starts on March 23rd/23 March تَبْدَأُ عُطْلَتُنا 23 آذارَ \ مارِس next/last March آذار \ مارِس المُقْبِل \ الماضي we visit them every March ‫نَزورُهُمْ في شَهْرِ آذارَ \ مارِس من كُلِّ عامٍ‬ in mid-March /the middle of March في مُنْتَصَفِ آذارَ \ مارِس

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