an organized event in which many people walk together to express their ideas or protest about something:
The police decided not to ban the march.
when soldiers walk with firm regular steps from one place to another:
The general led his forces on a long march southwards.
an army that is on the march is marching somewhere
a belief, idea etc that is on the march is becoming stronger and more popular:
Fascism is on the march again in some parts of Europe.
the distance a group of soldiers can march in a particular period of time:
Lake Van was still three days' march away.
the way that things happen or change over time and cannot be stopped:
You can't control the march of science.
She was desperate to halt the march of time upon her face and figure.
a piece of music for people to march to:
a funeral march
the area around the border between England and Wales or between England and Scotland