English to Welsh Meaning :: march

gorymdeithio, orymdeithio, ymdeithio, gorymdeithiasit, gorymdeithia, gorymdeithiasid, gorymdeithiasent, gorymdeithiasem, gorymdeithiasech, gorymdeithiasant, gorymdeithiasai, gorymdeithiant, gorymdeithian, gorymdeithiaist, gorymdeithiais, gorymdeithiai, gorymdeithiaf, gorymdeithia’, gorymdeithiodd, gorymdeithiom, gorymdeithiasom, gorymdeithiaswn, gorymdeithid, gorymdeithiech, gorymdeithied, gorymdeithiem, gorymdeithien, gorymdeithient, gorymdeithier, gorymdeithies, gorymdeithiest, gorymdeithiet, gorymdeithiff, gorymdeithioch, gorymdeithion, orymdeithian, gorymdeithiont, gorymdeithir, gorymdeithith, gorymdeithiwch, gorymdeithiwn, gorymdeithiwyd, gorymdeithiwyf, gorymdeithiych, orymdeithi, orymdeithia, orymdeithia’, orymdeithiaf, orymdeithiai, orymdeithiais, orymdeithiem, orymdeithiaist, orymdeithiant, orymdeithiasai, orymdeithiasant, orymdeithiasech, orymdeithiasem, orymdeithiasent, orymdeithiasid, orymdeithiasit, orymdeithiasoch, orymdeithiasom, orymdeithiaswn, orymdeithid, orymdeithiech, gorymdeithi, orymdeithiwn, orymdeithien, orymdeithient, orymdeithier, orymdeithies, orymdeithiest, orymdeithiet, orymdeithiff, orymdeithioch, orymdeithiodd, orymdeithiom, orymdeithion, orymdeithiont, orymdeithir, orymdeithith, ymdeithiasem, ymdeithies, ymdeithiasant, ymdeithiasai, ymdeithiant, ymdeithian, ymdeithiaist, ymdeithiais, orymdeithiwch, ymdeithiaf, ymdeithia’, ymdeithia, ymdeithi, orymdeithiych, orymdeithiwyf, orymdeithiwyd, ymdeithiai, ymdeithiest, orymdeithied, ymdeithiasent, ymdeithiasid, ymdeithiasit, ymdeithiasoch, ymdeithiasom, ymdeithiaswn, ymdeithid, ymdeithiech, ymdeithied, ymdeithiem, ymdeithien, ymdeithient, ymdeithier, ymdeithiasech, gorymdeithiasoch, ymdeithiet, ymdeithiff, ymdeithioch, ymdeithiodd, ymdeithiom, ymdeithion, ymdeithiont, ymdeithir, ymdeithith, ymdeithiwch, ymdeithiwn, ymdeithiwyd, ymdeithiwyf, ymdeithiychgorymdeithio, ymdeithio, ngorymdeithio, hymdeithioymdeithgan, ymdaith, hymdaith, hymdeithgan, hymdeithiau, ryfelgyrch, ryfelgyrchoedd, rhyfelgyrch, rhyfelgyrchoedd, ymdeithiau
March :
- mawrthgorymdeithioddmersgorymdeithiaugorymdeithio

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Noun(1) the month following February and preceding April(2) the act of marching; walking with regular steps (especially in a procession of some kind(3) a steady advance(4) a procession of people walking together(5) district consisting of the area on either side of a border or boundary of a country or an area(6) genre of music written for marching(7) a degree granted for the successful completion of advanced study of architecture
Verb(1) march in a procession(2) force to march(3) walk fast, with regular or measured steps; walk with a stride(4) march in protest; take part in a demonstration(5) walk ostentatiously(6) cause to march or go at a marching pace(7) lie adjacent to another or share a boundary

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(1) the inevitable march of history(2) The Chartists called a rally and 100,000 workers turned up to march on the government.(3) The steady march of technological advancement should solve that problem, however.(4) However, instead of a steady march of discovery and triumph, reason has led us to believe there are limits to achievement.(5) History is certainly not a rational process nor is it a progressive march towards a harmonious consummation.(6) the march of history(7) As the march of history progresses, however, traditions change.(8) Beethoven's seven-movement Serenade begins and ends with an unpompous march .(9) In the second movement - the funeral march - musical iconography impinges on performance.(10) If all else fails, determinedly march up to onlookers with camera in hand.(11) It seems as inevitable as the relentless march of time.(12) they planned to march on Baton Rouge(13) Physics Today will continue to follow the progress of fusion's march toward maturity.(14) Conservative leader William Hague today urged sub-postmasters to march on London for a rally against the threat to their businesses.(15) Hundreds of York City fans were expected to march on Bootham Crescent today in a show of solidarity for the threatened football club.(16) a protest march
Related Words
1. hike ::
2. parade ::
3. progress ::
5. mar ::
6. marchland ::
7. stride ::
8. advance ::
ymlaen llaw
9. adjoin ::
yn ffinio
10. demonstrate ::
11. parade ::
12. process ::
Different Forms
march, marched, marcher, marchers, marches, marching
Word Example from TV Shows

The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

You are going to march yourself
over there right now and apologize.

You are going to MARCH yourself over there right now and apologize.

The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 2

We\'re at war.
This march is a distraction.

We're at war. This MARCH is a distraction.

Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 2

You might reconsider his request
to march on Craster\'s.

You might reconsider his request to MARCH on Craster's.

Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 4

Forward, march!

Forward, MARCH!

Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 6

If we march back to Castle Black,
we winter at Castle Black.

If we MARCH back to Castle Black, we winter at Castle Black.

Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 7

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