Definition of 'parade'
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Endless parade of casually beautiful young locals? Times, Sunday Times (2016)In July he was photographed filming victory parade scenes as he returned home after the war. The Sun (2016)I am presented with an endless parade of hugely influential people on Today. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He would march in parades and talk to schoolchildren. Christianity Today (2000)They feel that ritual is an empty parade and show which is not for them. Phoenix From the Flame (1994)He had no shame about parading his conquests in public. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The next day they will hold a parade of the city. Times, Sunday Times (2013)There are services in mosques and street parades. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Truly amazing scenes at the victory parade. The Sun (2012)He took up the drums after seeing a military parade and joined his high school marching band. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The stunning edifice and focal parade ring spoke of a new era in racecourse facilities. Times, Sunday Times (2006)We no longer aim for the good life but to match the one paraded in celebrity magazines. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Why this public parade of all these ills? Times, Sunday Times (2012)It would have been awkward with them parading around pretending to be chickens or robots. The Sun (2011)She took part in an identity parade after a woman matching her description was seen outside the flat. The Sun (2008)An endless parade of hotel rooms. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The team finishing fourth will have an open-top bus parade. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Inevitably, the festival ended with a parade. IN FORKBEARD'S WAKE: Coasting Round Scandinavia (2003) Think of the parade of slings, casts and bandages that comes off any return flight from a ski resort. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Thousands of people are attending parades to welcome military personnel home and local ceremonies to pay their respects to servicemen and women killed in battle. Times, Sunday Times (2008)I suspect that the soldiers think likewise: parades have always been mostly about the ego of generals. Times, Sunday Times (2007)They say his bogus unit marched in a parade in Los Angeles. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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Translations for 'parade'
British English: parade /pəˈreɪd/ NOUN
A parade is a line of people or vehicles moving together through a public place in order to celebrate an important day or event.
A military parade marched down the street.
- American English: parade
- Arabic: اسْتِعْرَاضٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: desfile
- Chinese: 游行
- Croatian: parada
- Czech: průvod
- Danish: parade
- Dutch: optocht
- European Spanish: desfile
- Finnish: paraati
- French: parade
- German: Parade
- Greek: παρέλαση
- Italian: sfilata
- Japanese: パレード
- Korean: 행렬
- Norwegian: opptog
- Polish: parada
- European Portuguese: desfile
- Romanian: paradă
- Russian: парад
- Spanish: desfile
- Swedish: promenadstråk
- Thai: ขบวนแห่
- Turkish: tören alayı
- Ukrainian: парад
- Vietnamese: cuộc diễu hành
British English: parade VERB
When people parade somewhere, they walk together in a formal group or a line, usually with other people watching them.
More than four thousand soldiers, sailors, and airmen paraded down the avenue.
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