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march-past

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Definition of march-past in English:

noun

British
A formal march by troops past a saluting point at a review: a parade and march-past
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  • After the rally, many of the 200 protesters staged a short march past the town's war memorial in Old Milton Road.
  • The event will include a march past of veterans and parade along the cliffs.
  • The Armistice ceremony and a march past led by veterans from the Falklands conflict in 1982 will be attended by the Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh and other senior members of the Royal Family.

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