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march past Defilee {n} [geh.]
march ration Marschration {f}
march ration Alarmverpflegung {f} [Marsch-, Notverpflegung] [bes. 3. Reich] [veraltet]
march readiness Marschbereitschaft {f}
march reconnaissanceMarschaufklärung {f}
March Revolution [German revolution of 1848-49]Märzrevolution {f} [Deutsche Revolution von 1848-49]
march routeMarschweg {m}
March separated, strike together. Getrennt marschieren, vereint schlagen. [Helmut von Moltke d.Ä.]
march sequence Marschfolge {f}
march step Marschtritt {m}
March stormMärzsturm {m}
March sun Märzsonne {f}
march tempo Marschtempo {n}
march throughDurchzug {m} [von Truppen]
March tubic [Diurnea fagella]Buchenmotte {f}
March tubic [Diurnea fagella] Sängerin {f} [Buchenmotte]
march unit Marscheinheit {f}
March victims [victims of the revolution in Vienna and Berlin in 1848]Märzgefallene {pl}
March weatherMärzwetter {n}
March wind Märzwind {m}
marchalan [Welsh] [Inula helenium] [elecampane] Echter Alant {m}
Marchant GlacierMarchant-Gletscher {m}
Marche {pl}Marken {pl}
marched gestiefelt
marched marschiert
marched ineinmarschiert
marched off abmarschiert
marched out ausgerückt
marched past vorbeimarschiert
marched throughdurchgewandert
marcher [in demo] Demonstrant {m}
Marcher lord [Br.] [a lord who had royal prerogative in, and jurisdiction over, lands in the (Welsh and Scottish) Marches]Herr {m} der Marken oder in den Marken
marcher lords [Br.] Herren {pl} der Marken
marcher lords [Br.] [e.g. in the Welsh marches]Herren {pl} der Marken [Herrschaftsträger mit besonderen Machtbefugnissen]
marchers [Br.] [marcher lords] Herren {pl} der Marken
marchesMärsche {pl}
Marches {pl}Marken {pl}
Marches [rare] [months of March]Märze {pl} [selten]
Marche's fruit dove [Ptilinopus marchei] Blutschwingen-Fruchttaube {f}
Marche's hornbill [Anthracoceros marchei]Palawanhornvogel {m}
marchesa Marchesa {f}
marcheseMarchese {m}
Marchfeld CanalMarchfeldkanal {m}
Marchfeld (plain)Marchfeld {n}
Marchiafava-Bignami syndrome <MBS> Marchiafava-Bignami-Syndrom {n} <MBS>
Marchiafava-Bignami's / Marchiafava-Bignami disease <MBD> Marchiafava-Bignami-Krankheit {f}
march-inEinmarsch {m}
marching marschierend
marching bandSpielmannszug {m}
marching band Musikzug {m}
marching bandMarschkapelle {f}
marching bandBlaskapelle {f}
marching bass drumgroße Trommel {f} [Marschmusik]
marching bass drumStandpauke {f} [selten] [große Trommel, Marschmusik]
marching boots Marschstiefel {pl}
marching column Marschkolonne {f}
marching cubes algorithmMarching-Cubes-Algorithmus {m}
marching flute [fife] Spielmannsflöte {f} [Querpfeife]
marching in Einmarsch {m} (in)
marching in Einzug {m} [feierlicher Einmarsch]
marching in step Gleichschritt {m}
marching machine [Am.]Marschmaschine {f}
marching off abmarschierend
marching off Abmarsch {m}
marching orders {pl} Marschbefehl {m}
marching ration Marschverpflegung {f}
marching rations {pl} Marschverpflegung {f}
marching songMarschlied {n}
(marching) lyre [sheet music holder] Marschgabel {f} [Notenhalter]
marching-in einmarschierend
marching-out ausrückend
marchings-through Durchmärsche {pl}
marching-throughDurchmarsch {m}
marchionessMarkgräfin {f}
marchioness Marquise {f}
marchpane [archaic]Marzipan {n}
march-past Parade {f} [Vorbeimarsch]
march-pastVorbeimarsch {m}
Marcian [Flavius Marcianus, Byzantine Emperor, 450-457]Markian {m}
marcid [archaic] [lean, withered] dürr [als Folge von Krankheit, Schwäche]
Marcionism Markionismus {m}
MarcionistMarkionist {m}
MarcioniteMarkionit {m}
Marco Polo [Am.]Marco Polo {n} [Fangspiel im Wasser]
Marcomanni Markomannen {pl}
Marcomannic WarsMarkomannenkriege {pl}
Marconi rigMarconi-Rigg {n}
marconigram [obs.] Funktelegramm {n}
Marcosians [followers of the Gnostic Marcus] Markosier {pl}
Marcus AureliusMark Aurel {m}
Marcus Aurelius Marc Aurel {m}
Marcus Gunn pupil <MGP, MG pupil> Marcus-Gunn-Pupille {f} <MGP>
Marcus Gunn pupil <MGP>Gunn-Pupille {f} [Marcus-Gunn-Pupille]
Marcus Gunn syndrome Marcus-Gunn-Syndrom {n}
(Marcus) Gunn's phenomenon [bilateral jaw-winking] Marcus-Gunn-Syndrom {n}
Marcy / Marcy's garter snake [Thamnophis marcianus] Texas-Strumpfbandnatter {f}
Marcy / Marcy's garter snake [Thamnophis marcianus] Karierte Strumpfbandnatter {f}
Marden's tameness conjecture [also: Marden tameness conjecture]Zahmheits-Vermutung {f} von Marden
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