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marshal 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/ˈmärSHəl/,
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marshals, plural;
  1. Arrange or assemble (a group of people, esp. soldiers) in order
    • - the general marshaled his troops
    • - he paused for a moment, as if marshaling his thoughts
  2. Guide or usher (someone) ceremoniously
    • - guests were marshaled into position
  3. Correctly position or arrange (rolling stock)

  4. Guide or direct the movement of (an aircraft) on the ground at an airport

  5. Combine (coats of arms), typically to indicate marriage, descent, or the bearing of office

Noun
  1. An officer of the highest rank in the armed forces of some countries, including France

  2. A high-ranking officer of state

  3. A federal or municipal law officer

  4. The head of a police department

  5. The head of a fire department

  6. An official responsible for supervising public events, esp. sports events or parades


  1. a law officer having duties similar to those of a sheriff in carrying out the judgments of a court of law
  2. place in proper rank; "marshal the troops"
  3. (in some countries) a military officer of highest rank
  4. arrange in logical order; "marshal facts or arguments"
  5. mobilize: make ready for action or use; "marshal resources"
  6. lead ceremoniously, as in a procession
  7. Marshal (also sometimes spelled marshall in American English , but not in British English) is a word used in several official titles of various branches of society. The word derives from Old High German marah "horse" and schalh "servant", and originally meant "stable keeper" . ...
  8. Marshal (Portuguese: Marechal) is the highest rank in both the Brazilian Army and the Brazilian Air Force, although the latter is titled Marechal-do-Ar (literally Marshal of the Air). These ranks are equivalent to that of Admiral in the Navy. ...
  9. Marshal is a fictional character, a mutant in the Marvel Comics Universe. His first appearance was in The Brotherhood #2.
  10. The warlord, known as the marshal in 3rd edition, is a playable character class in the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game. They are leaders and commanders, inspiring figures, and master tacticians.
  11. The Marshal of France (Maréchal de France and pl Maréchaux de France) is a military distinction in contemporary France, not a military rank. It is granted to generals for exceptional achievements. ...
  12. was the highest rank in the prewar Imperial Japanese Navy. The term gensui was used for both the Navy and the Imperial Japanese Army, and was a largely honorific title awarded for extremely meritorious service to the Emperor. ...
  13. A high-ranking officer in the household of a medieval prince or lord, who was originally in charge of the cavalry and later the military forces in general; A person in charge of the ceremonial arrangement and management of a gathering; A sheriff's assistant; to arrange troops etc. ...
  14. An English surname, a rare spelling of Marshall; A male given name derived from the surname, usually spelled Marshall
  15. (Marshals) Service statistical data, based on reports prepared by CSOs during FY 2000, indicates that there were 1,102,567 detections of weapons such as guns, knives and other items that may pose a security risk or are prohibited in the courthouse.
  16. Marshals are officials who in the cycling and running portion of the triathlon direct the competitors and help to keep them on the correct course.
  17. A peace officer that has the power to arrest, to serve legal papers in civil cases and subpoenas and to act as bailiff in the courtroom.
  18. Person controlling the crowd at a tournament.
  19. A person appointed by a tournament committee to keep order and handle spectators.
  20. The executive officer of the federal court.
  21. l The adult(s) (official) who control the crowd and swimmer flow at a swim meet.
  22. Synonymous with deserialize.
  23. an officer of the United States, whose duty it is to execute the process of the courts of the United States. His duties are very similar to those of a sheriff.
  24. to arrange charges, ordinaries etc in correct order on a coat of arms
  25. The head of a three person referee team (3RT). Marshals watch the lances and settle disputes between the referees. Marshals have the final say in a match unless his/her position goes against the WFJF's rules and regulations. He/she is usually the most senior and experienced of the referee team.