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[mahr-chiz] /ˈmɑr tʃɪz/
The, a region in central Italy, bordering the Adriatic. 3743 sq. mi. (9695 sq. km).
Italian Le Marche
[le mahr-ke] /lɛ ˈmɑr kɛ/ (Show IPA)


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  • marche leaned forward and scanned the water and sky alternately.

    Blue-Bird Weather Robert W. Chambers
  • marche picked up a crumpled roll of paper from the ground and opened it.

    Lorraine Robert W. Chambers
  • marche glanced up at the portrait of the boy's mother in its pale-gilt oval.

    Blue-Bird Weather Robert W. Chambers
  • "I think I heard some such dialogue yesterday," said marche, much amused.

    Lorraine Robert W. Chambers
  • It was surprising how quickly camp was broken and the long train got under way at the cries of “marche donc!”

    South from Hudson Bay E. C. [Ethel Claire] Brill
  • Every one goes to the marche and the company is mixed enough there.

    Rene Mauperin Edmond de Goncourt and Jules de Goncourt
  • The stranger looked at me keenly, and when his scrutiny was completed he fell to whistling a bar of Chopin's marche Funèbre.

    The Motor Pirate George Sidney Paternoster
  • marche, too, remained silent, preoccupied with his own reflections.

    Blue-Bird Weather Robert W. Chambers
  • This is a parade that reminds one strongly of Gottschalk's "marche de Nuit."

British Dictionary definitions for marche


/French marʃ/
a former province of central France


noun the Marches
the border area between England and Wales or Scotland, both characterized by continual feuding (13th–16th centuries)
a region of central Italy. Capital: Ancona. Pop: 1 484 601 (2003 est). Area: 9692 sq km (3780 sq miles) Italian name Le Marche (le ˈmarke)
any of various other border regions
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