Definition of quick march in English:

quick march

Syllabification: quick march

noun

  • A brisk military march.
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    • Unlike official bearers, who take shifts resting in trucks and bearing the palanquin, she takes no break other than the time she can gain with her mid-night quick marches.
    • Brian walked along at a quick march, angrily telling himself, "We’re not going anywhere near that place again, if I have to take her half a mile out of the way to avoid it in future."
    • In a quick march, the team headed to the door leading down to the lower decks.

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  • A command to begin marching quickly.
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    • A strong contingent of former and present RAAMC and RAANC members stood patiently and proudly on Anzac Parade in the heart of the national capital awaiting the order to quick march.
    • Come along children, eyes front, quick march.
    • "Quick march!" said the sergeant, and the four men moved on through the darkness in silence.

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