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march

verb [I]     /mɑːtʃ/
SHOW DISAGREEMENT
to walk somewhere as a group to show that you disagree with something: They marched to London to protest against government spending cuts.Activism and pressure groupsMoving firmly on foot
SOLDIERS' WALK
When soldiers march, they walk together with regular steps.Moving firmly on footMilitary training and ceremonies
march off/up/down, etc
to walk somewhere fast, often because you are angry: She marched off angrily.Moving firmly on foot
(Definition of march verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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