check englannista suomeksi
pysähtyä ja etsiä jälkiä
keskeyttää jahti ja etsiä heikompi saalis
A situation in which the king is directly threatened by an opposing piece. (century)
1980, Stephen King, ''The Mist''
- Norton had made a neat, lawyerly check beside each of the items he and Billy had picked up—half a dozen or so, including the milk and a six-pack of Coke.
1963, ''American law reports annotated: second series'', volume 89
- (..)the statute prohibits a machine which dispenses checks or tokens for replay(..)
A lengthwise separation through the rings in wood.
To mark items on a list (with a checkmark or by crossing them out) that have been chosen for keeping or removal or that have been with|dealt with (for example, completed or verified as correct or satisfactory).
c. 1775–1780, (w), ''letter to the Sheriffs of Bristol''
- so many clogs to check and retard the headlong course of violence and oppression
1922, (w), ''(novel)|Ulysses'' Chapter 13
- She was about to retort but something checked the words on her tongue.
To leave in safekeeping.
To leave with a shipping agent for shipping.
To disrupt another player with the stick or body to obtain possession of the ball or puck.
To remain in a hand without betting. Only legal if no one has yet bet.
To make a move which puts an adversary's king in check; to put in check.
(RQ:Shakespeare King Lear)
To slack or ease off, as a brace which is too stiffly extended.
To crack or gape open, as wood in drying; or to crack in small checks, as varnish, paint, etc.
To make checks or chinks in; to cause to crack.
To make a stop; to pause; with ''at''.
- The mind, once jaded by an attempt above its power, either is disabled for the future, or else checks at any vigorous undertaking ever after.
To clash or interfere.
To act as a curb or restraint.
(RQ:Dryden All for Lov)
- It presence checks too strong upon me.
To turn, when in pursuit of proper game, and fly after other birds.
(RQ:Shakespeare Twelfth Night)
1819, Charles Mowry, in the Downington Pennsylvania ''American Republican'', quoted in Herbery Wisbey, ''Pioneer Prophetess: Jemima Wilkinson, the Publick Universal Friend'':
- One of her female followers, had made a very elegant piece of check. The ''Friend'', being at her house, on a visit, the lady shewed the check to her, and as evidence of devotion to her leader, proposed presenting her with a pattern off the piece for her own use.
To mark with a check pattern.
Divided into small squares by transverse, perpendicular, and horizontal lines.
(nl-verb form of)