= marzo. Ex: Her 'tour of duty' extended from the end of September 1987 to the end of March of the following year, summertime for the Southern Hemisphere. (n.) = avance, marcha. Ex: The march of information technology has changed service presentation but the media which are used today are those which have served public librarians for years. ---- * dead march = marcha fúnebre. * march music = música de marcha. * night march = marcha nocturna. * steal + a march on = anticiparse a Alguien, adelantarse a Alguien, ganarle la mano a Alguien. (v.) = caminar con resolución. Ex: And thirdly and most importantly, I am concerned about some movements which I think symptomatize ideological deterioration and would have us, as someone put it, march boldly backwards into the future. ---- * march off = alejarse, salir. * march on = continuar inexorablemente, continuar implacablemente. * march to + Posesivo + orders = acatar + Posesivo + órdenes, obedecer. * time + march on = tiempo + pasar, tiempo + avanzar inexorablemente, tiempo + seguir su marcha inexorable.