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pa·rade

 (pə-rād′)
n.
1.
a. An organized public procession on a festive or ceremonial occasion.
b. The participants in such a procession.
2.
a. A regular place of assembly for reviews of troops. Also called parade ground.
b. A formal review of marching military troops.
c. The troops taking part in such a review.
3. A line or extended group of moving persons or things: a parade of strollers on the mall.
4. An extended, usually showy succession: a parade of fads and styles.
5. An ostentatious show; an exhibition: make a parade of one's talents.
6. A public square or promenade.
v. pa·rad·ed, pa·rad·ing, pa·rades
v.intr.
1. To take part in a parade; march in a public procession: The circus performers and animals paraded down Main Street.
2. To assemble for a ceremonial military review or other exercise.
3. To stroll in public, especially so as to be seen; promenade.
4. To behave so as to attract attention; show off.
v.tr.
1. To cause to take part in a parade: paraded the floats past city hall.
2. To assemble (troops) for a ceremonial review.
3. To march or walk through or around: parade the campus.
4. To exhibit ostentatiously; flaunt: paraded their wealth. See Synonyms at show.

[Probably French, action of stopping a horse, from Old Spanish parada, from Vulgar Latin *parāta, from feminine past participle of Latin parāre, to prepare; see perə- in Indo-European roots.]

pa·rad′er n.

parade

(pəˈreɪd)
n
1. an ordered, esp ceremonial, march, assembly, or procession, as of troops being reviewed: on parade.
2. (Military) Also called: parade ground a place where military formations regularly assemble
3. a visible show or display: to make a parade of one's grief.
4. a public promenade or street of shops
5. a successive display of things or people
6. (Fortifications) the interior area of a fortification
7. (Fencing) a parry in fencing
8. rain on someone's parade to hinder someone's enjoyment; upset someone's plans
9. on parade
a. on display
b. showing oneself off
vb
10. (when: intr, often foll by through or along) to walk or march, esp in a procession (through): to parade the streets.
11. (tr) to exhibit or flaunt: he was parading his medals.
12. (Military) (tr) to cause to assemble in formation, as for a military parade
13. (intr) to walk about in a public place
[C17: from French: a making ready, a setting out, a boasting display; compare Italian parata, Spanish parada, all ultimately from Latin parāre to prepare]
paˈrader n

pa•rade

(pəˈreɪd)

n., v. -rad•ed, -rad•ing. n.
1. a public procession, often including a marching band, held in honor of an event, person, etc.
2.
a. a military ceremony involving the formation and marching of troops.
b. the assembly of troops for inspection or display.
c. Also called parade′ ground`. a place where such assembly regularly occurs.
3. a continual passing by, as of people, objects, or events: the parade of the seasons.
4. an ostentatious display: to make a parade of one's beliefs.
5. Chiefly Brit.
a. a group of promenaders.
b. a promenade.
v.t.
6. to walk up and down on.
7. to display ostentatiously.
8. to cause to march.
v.i.
9. to march in a procession.
10. to promenade in a public place.
11. to assemble in military order for display.
12. to assume a false or misleading appearance.
[1650–60; < French, Middle French < Sp parada a stop, stopping place parar to stop, end < Latin parāre to set. compare -ade1]
pa•rad′er, n.

Parade

 a procession of animals or people; an assembly of people, especially of promenaders. See also cortège, procession.
Examples: parade of coaches, 1673; of elephants; of firemen; of promenaders; of soldiers, 1656.

parade


Past participle: paraded
Gerund: parading

Imperative
parade
parade
Present
I parade
you parade
he/she/it parades
we parade
you parade
they parade
Preterite
I paraded
you paraded
he/she/it paraded
we paraded
you paraded
they paraded
Present Continuous
I am parading
you are parading
he/she/it is parading
we are parading
you are parading
they are parading
Present Perfect
I have paraded
you have paraded
he/she/it has paraded
we have paraded
you have paraded
they have paraded
Past Continuous
I was parading
you were parading
he/she/it was parading
we were parading
you were parading
they were parading
Past Perfect
I had paraded
you had paraded
he/she/it had paraded
we had paraded
you had paraded
they had paraded
Future
I will parade
you will parade
he/she/it will parade
we will parade
you will parade
they will parade
Future Perfect
I will have paraded
you will have paraded
he/she/it will have paraded
we will have paraded
you will have paraded
they will have paraded
Future Continuous
I will be parading
you will be parading
he/she/it will be parading
we will be parading
you will be parading
they will be parading
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been parading
you have been parading
he/she/it has been parading
we have been parading
you have been parading
they have been parading
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been parading
you will have been parading
he/she/it will have been parading
we will have been parading
you will have been parading
they will have been parading
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been parading
you had been parading
he/she/it had been parading
we had been parading
you had been parading
they had been parading
Conditional
I would parade
you would parade
he/she/it would parade
we would parade
you would parade
they would parade
Past Conditional
I would have paraded
you would have paraded
he/she/it would have paraded
we would have paraded
you would have paraded
they would have paraded
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.parade - a ceremonial procession including people marchingparade - a ceremonial procession including people marching
procession - the group action of a collection of people or animals or vehicles moving ahead in more or less regular formation; "processions were forbidden"
callathump, callithump, callithump parade - a noisy boisterous parade
2.parade - an extended (often showy) succession of persons or things; "a parade of strollers on the mall"; "a parade of witnesses"
succession - a group of people or things arranged or following in order; "a succession of stalls offering soft drinks"; "a succession of failures"
3.parade - a visible display; "she made a parade of her sorrows"
display, exhibit, showing - something shown to the public; "the museum had many exhibits of oriental art"
Verb1.parade - walk ostentatiously; "She parades her new husband around town"
walk - make walk; "He walks the horse up the mountain"; "Walk the dog twice a day"
2.parade - march in a processionparade - march in a procession; "the veterans paraded down the street"
march, process - march in a procession; "They processed into the dining room"

parade

noun
1. procession, march, ceremony, pageant, train, review, column, spectacle, tattoo, motorcade, cavalcade, cortège A military parade marched slowly through the streets.
2. show, display, exhibition, spectacle, array A glittering parade of celebrities attended the event.
3. exhibition, flaunting, demonstration, display, vaunting a parade of military power
verb
1. march, process, file, promenade More than four thousand people paraded down the Champs Elysee.
2. flaunt, show, display, exhibit, show off (informal), air, draw attention to, brandish, vaunt, showboat, make a show of He was a modest man who never paraded his wealth.
3. strut, show off (informal), swagger, swank, showboat She loves to parade around in designer clothes.

parade

noun
1. A formal military inspection:
2. An impressive or ostentatious exhibition:
verb
To make a public and usually ostentatious show of:
Translations
اسْتِعْرَاضٌعَرْض عسْكَريمَوْكِب، إسْتِعْراضيَسير في موكِبيَصطف الجُنود
dát nastoupitdefilovatnástuppředvádětpřehlídka
parademarcheremønstremønstringoptog
paraad
جلوه
paraati
parada
díszszemledíszszemlét tartelvonulszemlét tartvonul
flíkaganga um í skrúîgönguhersÿning; liîskönnun; fylkingraîa í fylkinguskrúîganga
パレード
행렬
paradasparadinė rikiuotėparaduotižygiuoti rikiuote
demonstrēt, izrādītiet gājienākomandēt ierinduparādeparāde, gājiens
dať nastúpiťdefilovaťnástuppredvádzať
paradaparadirati
paradpromenadstråk
ขบวนแห่
alaygeçitgeçit resmigeçit töreni yapmakgösteriş yapmak
cuộc diễu hành

parade

[pəˈreɪd]
A. N
1. (= procession) → desfile m (Mil) → desfile m, parada f; [of models] → desfile m, pase m
to be on parade (Mil) → estar en formación (fig) → estar a la vista de todos
see also fashion C
2. (fig) a parade of (= exhibition) → una exibición de; (= series) → una serie de
to make a parade of (= show off) → hacer alarde de
3. (esp Brit) (= road) → paseo m
a parade of shopsuna calle de tiendas
B. VT
1. [+ troops] → hacer desfilar; [+ streets] → recorrer, desfilar por; [+ placard etc] → pasear (through the streets por las calles)
2. (= show off) [+ learning, wealth, new clothes] → hacer alarde de, lucir
C. VI
1. (Mil etc) → desfilar
the strikers paraded through the townlos huelguistas desfilaron por la ciudad
2.pasearse
she paraded up and down with the hat onse paseaba de un lado a otro con el sombrero puesto, andaba de acá para allá luciendo el sombrero
D. CPD parade ground N (Mil) → plaza f de armas
parade about parade around VI + ADVpavonearse

parade

[pəˈreɪd]
n
(= procession) → défilé m
a military parade → un défilé militaire fashion parade
(= successive display) → défilé m
(= inspection) [troops] → revue f
[shops] → rangée f
vt
[+ prisoners] → exhiber
[+ wealth, knowledge] → faire étalage de
vi
(= take part in a parade) → défiler
(= show off) → parader
parade around
viparader
vt fus [+ place]
I watched them parade around the college holding hands → Je les regardais parader dans l'institut en se tenant la main.parade ground nterrain m de manœuvres

parade

n
(= procession)Umzug m; (Mil, of boy scouts, circus) → Parade f; (political) → Demonstration f; (fig: = long series) → (lange) Reihe; church paradeProzession f; to be on parade (Mil) → eine Parade abhalten; the regiment on paradedas Regiment bei der Parade; in the school procession you’ll be on parade in front of the publicbei der Schulparade sieht dich alle Welt
(= public walk)Promenade f
(= fashion parade)Modenschau f
(= display)Parade f; (of wealth etc)Zurschaustellung f
(US Mil) (= review)Truppeninspektion f; (= ground)Truppenübungsplatz m, → Exerzierplatz m
(= shopping parade)Reihe fGeschäfte or Läden
vt
troopsauf- or vorbeimarschieren lassen; military mightdemonstrieren; placardsvor sich her tragen
(= show off)zur Schau stellen
vi (Mil) → auf- or vorbeimarschieren; (political party)eine Demonstration veranstalten; the strikers paraded through the towndie Streikenden zogen durch die Stadt; she paraded up and down with the hat onsie stolzierte mit ihrem Hut auf und ab

parade

[pəˈreɪd]
1. n (procession) → sfilata (Mil) (marchpast) → parata; (ceremony, inspection) → rivista
to be on parade (Mil) (marching) → sfilare (for inspection) → essere schierato/a
a fashion parade (Brit) → una sfilata di moda
2. vt (troops, in ceremonial order) → schierare in parata; (for a march) → far sfilare; (placard) → portare in giro or in corteo; (show off, learning, wealth, new clothes) → fare sfoggio di, sfoggiare, ostentare
3. vi (Mil) (march) → sfilare; (in ceremonial order) → schierarsi in parata; (boy scouts, demonstrators) → marciare in corteo
to parade about or around (fam) → pavoneggiarsi
the strikers paraded through the town → gli scioperanti hanno attraversato la città in corteo

parade

(pəˈreid) noun
1. a line of people, vehicles etc moving forward in order often as a celebration of some event. a circus parade.
2. an arrangement of soldiers in a particular order. The troops are on parade.
verb
1. to march in a line moving forward in order. They paraded through the town.
2. to arrange soldiers in order. The colonel paraded his soldiers.
3. to show or display in an obvious way. She paraded her new clothes in front of her friends.

parade

اسْتِعْرَاضٌ průvod parade Parade παρέλαση desfile paraati parade parada sfilata パレード 행렬 optocht opptog parada desfile парад promenadstråk ขบวนแห่ tören alayı cuộc diễu hành 游行
References in classic literature ?
The DUSTPAN SOCIETY will meet on Wednesday next, and parade in the upper story of the Club House.
Without waiting for an answer from either, the young man threw himself down the grassy steps of the bastion, and moving rapidly across the parade, he was quickly in the presence of their father.
His appearance, therefore, is apt to occasion some little stir at the tea-table of a farmhouse, and the addition of a supernumerary dish of cakes or sweetmeats, or, peradventure, the parade of a silver teapot.
But could it be possible that any sober harpooneer would get into a door mat, and parade the streets of any Christian town in that sort of guise?
Now, you are a military man, Langley, and no doubt like to see your regiment look well on parade,
During this parade, and at innumerable cart-tail meetings as well, Jurgis labored tirelessly.
Her military rig, as Lieutenant-General, isn't for business, it's for dress parade, because the ladies made it.
He enjoyed the feeling which he was exciting, and paraded the town serene and happy all day; but the young fellows set a tailor to work that night, and when Tom started out on his parade next morning, he found the old deformed Negro bell ringer straddling along in his wake tricked out in a flamboyant curtain-calico exaggeration of his finery, and imitating his fancy Eastern graces as well as he could.
It would be just like the beautiful lady in the parade.
Emma could not think it too soon; for with all his good and agreeable qualities, there was a sort of parade in his speeches which was very apt to incline her to laugh.
We will meet them on the Parade, at their usual hour for going out -- two o'clock.
Cruncher could not be restrained from making rather an ostentatious parade of his liberality--"I'd catch hold of your throat and choke you for half a guinea.