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marcher

Pronunciation: /maʀʃe/

Translation of marcher in English:

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  • 4 [fam] marcher (bien)/marcher mal [work, relationship] to go well/not to go well [film, student] to do well/not to do well [actor] to go down well/not to go down well
  • 5 [fam] c'est trop risqué, je ne marche pas it's too risky, count me out ça marche! it's a deal!
  • 6 [fam], to fall for it
  • 7faire marcher qn to pull sb's leg faire marcher son monde [fam], to be good at giving orders

Idioms

il ne marche pas, il court!

[fam], he's as gullible as they come

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