march on

This page is about the phrasal verb march on.

Meaning: to walk in a group towards a place in order to protest against something or to demand something

For example:

  • march on sth We saw hundreds of protesters marching on government house.

  • march on sth Why don't you come and join us as we march on the headquarters of the World Bank?

Quick Quiz:

Thousands of people marched on the World Trade Organization meeting in order to

a. trade their goods

b. get some exercise

c. protest

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