In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1ajedrez masculine(player/game) de ajedrezchess clock — cronómetro de ajedrez masculine
- chess tournament — torneo de ajedrez
- The first rule of chess is that the board is to be positioned so that a white square is in the right-hand corner.
- Both were child prodigies in chess, quickly rising to their respective nations' top slots.
- I always considered the ultimate embarrassment in chess to be when you lose your queen to a pawn.
- In chess, however, it is almost always a great advantage to be next to move.
- This gives it a unique character, more akin to a board game such as chess than to a normal card game.
- He loves to play chess, often bringing his board with him on the bus, or staying up all night playing Eduardo.
- I love to try to bring chess to larger audiences, and show that it's a fun game.
- It is not very clear what impact the match and its result will have on chess.
- I'd seen him play people as if there were mere pawns in a cosmic game of chess.
- His childhood pastimes were playing chess, reading music, and playing the guitar.
- It will include wooden panelling and furniture, balance beam and games such as draughts and chess.
- Imagine that you are sitting on a park bench playing chess with someone you don't know.
- The origins of chess have been much discussed but remain obscure, since it developed over time.
- The newspaper is particularly useful for those players who want to make progress in chess.
- This would be more fun if I had the faintest idea how to play chess with any strategy.
- His other interests outside mathematics included tennis, golf, chess and bridge.
- I'm having a coffee and tackling a game of chess with my younger brother, Ronan.
- You are good at strategy and probably enjoy games requiring mental skill, such as bridge and chess.
- All I got from my father was the ability to play chess and think several moves ahead at all times.
- Between rounds, he breathes evenly, as though he has spent the past three minutes playing chess.
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