There are 3 translations of march in Spanish:

march1

Pronunciation: /mɑːrtʃ; mɑːtʃ/

n

  • 1 1.1 [Mil] marcha (f) Sherman's march through Georgia el avance or la marcha de las tropas de Sherman a través de Georgia the Long March la Larga Marcha the capital is three days' march from here la capital está a tres días de marcha de aquí they were on the march before sunrise ya estaban en camino antes del amanecer to steal a march on sb ganarle por la mano or (RPl) de mano a algn, ganarle la mano a algn (Chi) 1.2 [Mus] marcha (f) military/bridal march marcha militar/nupcial 1.3 (demonstration) marcha (f) (de protesta) a peace march una marcha por la paz
  • 3
    (marches pl)
    (borderlands) [Hist] zona (f) fronteriza, marca (f)

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The LOE (Ley Orgánica de Educación) is a Spanish reform of 2006 which established four stages of pre-university education: non-compulsory educación infantil, from birth to six years; compulsory primary education, Primaria, from six to twelve; compulsory secondary education, ESO - Educación Secundaria Obligatoria, from twelve to sixteen; and either two years of Bachillerato, leading to university entrance, or two years of Formación Profesional Específica de Grado Medio, vocational training that can lead to Formación Profesional Específica de Grado Superior. The LOE superseded the LOGSE Ley Orgánica de Ordenación General del Sistema Educativo of 1990. The major change was a reduction in humanities subjects in the curriculum, while citizenship classes Educación para la Ciudadanía were introduced. The latter have been controversial in some quarters.

There are 3 translations of march in Spanish:

march2

vi

  • 1.1 [Mil] [troops] marchar when Saddam marched into Kuwait cuando Saddam invadió Kuwait they marched past the visiting dignitaries desfilaron ante los dignatarios visitantes quick march! de frente ¡mar(chen)! time marches on el tiempo sigue su curso inexorablemente the protesters marched on the Capitol los manifestantes se dirigieron al Capitolio to march for peace tomar parte en una marcha por la paz 1.2 (stride) she marched into the office and started shouting entró con paso firme en or (esp AmL) a la oficina y se puso a gritar he marched up to the referee se dirigió resueltamente hacia el árbitro

vt

  • hacer* marchar, obligar* a caminar the prisoner was marched in hicieron entrar al prisionero they marched him off to prison se lo llevaron preso

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The LOE (Ley Orgánica de Educación) is a Spanish reform of 2006 which established four stages of pre-university education: non-compulsory educación infantil, from birth to six years; compulsory primary education, Primaria, from six to twelve; compulsory secondary education, ESO - Educación Secundaria Obligatoria, from twelve to sixteen; and either two years of Bachillerato, leading to university entrance, or two years of Formación Profesional Específica de Grado Medio, vocational training that can lead to Formación Profesional Específica de Grado Superior. The LOE superseded the LOGSE Ley Orgánica de Ordenación General del Sistema Educativo of 1990. The major change was a reduction in humanities subjects in the curriculum, while citizenship classes Educación para la Ciudadanía were introduced. The latter have been controversial in some quarters.

There are 3 translations of march in Spanish:

March

Pronunciation: /mɑːrtʃ; mɑːtʃ/

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The LOE (Ley Orgánica de Educación) is a Spanish reform of 2006 which established four stages of pre-university education: non-compulsory educación infantil, from birth to six years; compulsory primary education, Primaria, from six to twelve; compulsory secondary education, ESO - Educación Secundaria Obligatoria, from twelve to sixteen; and either two years of Bachillerato, leading to university entrance, or two years of Formación Profesional Específica de Grado Medio, vocational training that can lead to Formación Profesional Específica de Grado Superior. The LOE superseded the LOGSE Ley Orgánica de Ordenación General del Sistema Educativo of 1990. The major change was a reduction in humanities subjects in the curriculum, while citizenship classes Educación para la Ciudadanía were introduced. The latter have been controversial in some quarters.