March - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "March" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

March / марш, ход, маршировка
[mɑːtʃ]
[mɑːrtʃ]
Перевод
имя существительное
марш
march, hike
ход
progress, stroke, running, travel, process, march
маршировка
marching, march
глагол
маршировать
march, parade, hike
шествовать
march, parade, stalk, sail, stalk along
двигаться походным порядком
march
имя прилагательное
походный
marching, march, combat
маршевый
march
Определения
имя существительное
an act or instance of marching.
the relieving force was more than a day's march away
a frontier or border area between two countries or territories, especially between England and Wales or (formerly) England and Scotland.
the Welsh Marches
глагол
walk in a military manner with a regular measured tread.
three companies of soldiers marched around the field
(of a country, territory, or estate) have a common frontier with.
имя существительное
the third month of the year, in the northern hemisphere usually considered the first month of spring.
the work was completed in March
Примеры
Thousands of protestors attempted to march on the US embassy in Beirut, but were beaten back by police using tear gas and truncheons.
That's why the steady march toward a more liberal newsroom is so puzzling.
Hundreds of York City fans were expected to march on Bootham Crescent today in a show of solidarity for the threatened football club.
On May 29 health care workers are expected to carry out a nine-hour strike and march on the health ministry.
My only thought about the march so far is that it's not a march in the direct Mahlerian sense.
Why is the steady march of science and technology in these areas a problem?
The orchestra ended its current tune, and instantly began a mournful march .
The rhythm isn't really a waltz or a march , but rather a stumbling sort of gait, indicative of what was to come in the next few years.
the relieving force was more than a day's march away
However, instead of a steady march of discovery and triumph, reason has led us to believe there are limits to achievement.