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Translation of "march" - English-Turkish dictionary

march

noun [C]     /mɑːtʃ/
SHOWING DISAGREEMENT an organized walk by a group to show that they disagree with something protesto yürüyüşü to go on a march Activism and pressure groups
SOLDIERS' WALK the special type of walking that soldiers do uygun adım asker yürüyüşü; tören yürüyüşü Moving firmly on footMilitary training and ceremonies
Translations of “march”
in Arabic مَسيرة…
in Korean 가두 행진…
in Malaysian Mac…
in French mars…
in Italian marcia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 行軍, 行走, (尤指)行軍,進軍…
in Russian демонстрация, марш протеста, марш…
in Polish marsz protestacyjny, przemarsz, marsz…
in Vietnamese tháng Ba…
in Spanish marzo…
in Portuguese marcha, passeata…
in Thai เดือนมีนาคม…
in German der März…
in Catalan marxa, manifestació…
in Japanese デモ行進…
in Indonesian Maret…
in Chinese (Simplified) 行军, 行走, (尤指)行军,进军…
(Definition of march noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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