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1 marshal /ˈmɑɚʃəl/ noun
plural marshals
1 marshal
/ˈmɑɚʃəl/
noun
plural marshals
Learner's definition of MARSHAL
[count]
: an officer of the highest rank in some military forces see also field marshal
US : a federal official who is responsible for doing the things that are ordered by a court of law, finding and capturing criminals, etc.
US : the head of a division of a police or fire department
: person who arranges and directs ceremonies or parades see also grand marshal
2 marshal /ˈmɑɚʃəl/ verb
marshals US marshaled or chiefly British marshalled US marshaling or chiefly British marshalling
2 marshal
/ˈmɑɚʃəl/
verb
marshals US marshaled or chiefly British marshalled US marshaling or chiefly British marshalling
Learner's definition of MARSHAL
[+ object]
: to arrange (a group of people, such as soldiers) in an orderly way
: to move or lead (a group of people) in a careful way
: to arrange or prepare (something, such as your thoughts or ideas) in a clear, effective, or organized way
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