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marcher

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Etymology 1

ME marche; from AF and OF; from OE germearc; from Goth marka for boundary

Noun

Singular
marcher

Plural
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  1. An inhabitant of a march (border country)
  2. A person who holds lands in such a region
Derived terms

Etymology 2

march + -er

Noun

Singular
marcher

Plural
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marcher ({{{1}}})
  1. One who marches in a march in the political sense.
Derived terms

French

Etymology

Frankish *markôn

Pronunciation

Verb

marcher

  1. to walk
    Il marche au milieu de la rue. — He is walking in the middle of the street
  2. to work, to function
    Cet ordinateur ne marche pas. — This computer does not work.
  3. to agree
    Ça marche. — I agree.
  4. to believe
    Il marche. — He believes my joke.
    Il m'a fait marcher. — He makes me believe his joke.

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