Definition of maréchal in English:

maréchal

(also Marechal, Maréchal)

noun

  • A French military officer of high rank (in some contexts equivalent to a field marshal in the British army).

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Tom Trollope (1810–1892), historian and writer. From French maréchal marshal.

Pronunciation

maréchal

/mareɪˈʃal/