checkmate

checkmate
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I. 1. шахм. (даване/обявяване на) мат
2. пълно поражение
3. безизходно положение
II. 1. давам/обявявам мат
2. нанасям пълно поражение на
3. обърквам плановете на
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{'tfekmeit} n 1. шахм. (даване/обявяване на) мат; 2. пълно (2) v 1. давам/обявявам мат; 2. нанасям пълно поражение
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1 v шах. казвам мат, матирам;2 n мат;checkmate; n 1. шахм. (даване/обявяване на) мат; 2. пълно поражение; 3. безизходно
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1. i. шахм. (даване/обявяване на) мат 2. ii. давам/обявявам мат 3. безизходно положение 4. нанасям пълно поражение на 5. обърквам плановете на 6. пълно поражение
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checkmate[´tʃek¸meit] I. n 1. шах и мат; 2. пълно поражение; II. v 1. давам мат; матирам; 2. нанасям пълно поражение; обърквам, разбърквам, плановете на; парализирам.

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