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marshal

1. noun MIL, POLICE, HIST in military, police etc2. noun crowd control person3. verb escort4. verb organise (group)5. verb help manage (event, crowd)6. verb organise (facts)7. verb TRANSP move (railway rolling stock)8. verb TRANSP move (aircraft on ground) 1 noun (also Marshal) MIL, POLICE, HIST in military, police etcmarascal masc1 2 noun crowd control personmaor masc1  c m umaoirseoir masc3  c m u
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3 verb escort TRANSITIVEtionlaic verb  c m uthey marshalled me out of the office thionlaic siad amach as an oifig mé 4 verb organise (group) TRANSITIVEeagar a chur areagraigh verb  c m uto marshal the defence na cosantóirí a chur in eagarthe visitors tried to marshal their supporters rinne na cuairteoirí iarracht an lucht tacaíochta acu a eagrú 5 verb help manage (event, crowd) TRANSITIVEeagar a choinneáil armaoirseacht a dhéanamh arstiúir verb  c m uto marshal a race eagar a chur ar rásto marshal a concert maoirseacht a dhéanamh ar an slua ag ceolchoirm, eagar a choinneáil ag an gceolchoirm 6 verb organise (facts) TRANSITIVEcuir i gceann a chéilecuir in alt a chéilebailigh le chéileeagraigh verb  c m uto marshal the facts na fíricí a chur i ndiaidh a chéile, ord agus eagar a chur ar na fíricí 7 verb TRANSP move (railway rolling stock) TRANSITIVEeagar a chur arcuir in eagartwo coaches were marshalled beside us cuireadh dhá charráiste in eagar lenár dtaobh 8 verb TRANSP move (aircraft on ground) TRANSITIVEcogairsigh verb