Meaning of march
- to walk with regular and measured tread, as soldiers on parade; advance in step in an organized body.
- to walk in a stately, deliberate manner.
- to go forward; advance; proceed: Time marches on.
- to cause to march.
- to march toward, as in protest or in preparation for confrontation or battle: The angry mob marched on the Bastille.
- the act or course of marching.
- the distance covered in a single period of marching.
- advance; progress; forward movement: the march of science.
- a piece of music with a rhythm suited to accompany marching.
- moving ahead; progressing; advancing: Automation is on the march.
- to gain an advantage over, esp. secretly or slyly.
- a tract of land along a border of a country; frontier.
- the border districts between England and Scotland, or England and Wales.
- to touch at the border; border.
- the third month of the year, containing 31 days.
Pronunciation: (märch for 1–3 mär&khlig for 4), [key]
- 1825–1911, U.S. philologist and lexicographer.
- (Frederick McIntyre Bickel), 1897–1975, U.S. actor.
- 1864–1955, U.S. army officer (son of Francis Andrew March).
- German name of the
- Master of Architecture.
- march (Thesaurus)