- 1 [coche] to go, run; [reloj/máquina] to work; [negocio/relación/empresa] to work esto no marcha this isn't working (+ complemento/+ complement) su matrimonio no marcha muy bien his marriage isn't going o/or working very well aquí todo marcha a las mil maravillas everything's going wonderfully here
- 2 2.1 [Militar/Military] to march marcharon sobre el enemigo/sobre París they marched on the enemy/on Paris 2.2 (caminar) to walk marcharon durante días hasta llegar a Santiago they walked for days to get to Santiago 2.3 (en un bar) ¡marchando or marchen dos hamburguesas! two hamburgers coming up! dos de calamares — ¡marchando! calamari for two — coming up! 2.4 [literario/literary] (irse) to leave
marcharse v pron
- (especialmente España/especially Spain) to leave se marcha a Roma a estudiar diseño he's leaving for o/or going off to Rome to study design se marchó de casa a los 18 años she left home at 18 ¿te marchas ya? are you leaving o/or going already?, are you taking off already? (inglés norteamericano/American English) [familiar/colloquial], , are you off already? (inglés británico/British English) [familiar/colloquial]
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