marcharse translation | Spanish-English dictionary

marcharse desapercibido exp.
to slip away unnoticed

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
to go off on holiday; to go (away) on holiday
to go somewhere else
1. to exit stage left [Lit.] 2. to do a disappearing act [Fig.]
forget about leaving!
she had this fixed idea about going to France
he checked the time and decided to leave
they gave us to understand {o} led us to believe that they wanted to leave
'marcharse' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
marcharse (de)
fingir marcharse
marcharse a toda prisa
marcharse de un barrio
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a       vi  
1    (=ir)   to go  
to walk  
marcharon a pie      they went on foot  
marcharon hacia el pueblo      they walked towards the village  
2      (Mil)   to march
3    ¡marchando, que llegamos tarde!      get a move on, we'll be late!  
--¡un café! --¡marchando!      "a coffee, please" -- "right away, sir!"  
4    [mecanismo]   to work  
mi reloj no marcha      my watch isn't working  
el motor no marcha      the engine isn't working, the engine won't work  
el motor marcha mal      the engine isn't running properly  
marchar en vacío      to idle  
5    (=desarrollarse)   to go  
todo marcha bien      everything is going well  
el proyecto marcha      the plan is working (out)  
el negocio no marcha      the business is getting nowhere  
¿cómo marcha eso o marchan las cosas?        (esp LAm)   how's it going?, how are things?  
6      (Caribe, Cono Sur)  
to trot
7      (Méx)  
*   to do military service
b    marcharse             vpr   to go (away), leave  
¿os marcháis?      are you leaving?  
con permiso, me marcho      if you don't mind I must go  
es tarde, me marcho a casa      it's late, I'm going home  
me marché de casa a los veinte años      I left home when I was twenty  
¿cuándo te marchas de vacaciones?      when are you going on holiday?  
se marchó de la capital      he left the capital  
marcharse a otro sitio      to go somewhere else  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
"marcharse": examples and translations in context
Pero siempre digo: Sí, pero en el norte podían marcharse. And to that, I always say, y es, but in the North, they could walk away.
Insistió en marcharse y no pudimos detenerlo. He insisted on going away and we couldn't stop him.
Cualquiera que quiera marcharse es bienvenido con nosotros. Anyone who wants to leave is welcome to come with us.
Ya antes había tenido varias oportunidades para marcharse. She's had any number of opportunities to leave before now.
Si quiere marcharse, me ayudará. If you want to leave, you'll assist me.
Nadie quiere verlos marcharse más que nosotros. Nobody wants to see you on your way more than we do.
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