complementary englannista suomeksi
- Using the terminology we introduced earlier, we might then say that black and white squares are in ''complementary'' ''distribution'' on a chessboard. By this we mean two things: firstly, black squares and white squares occupy different positions on the board: and secondly, the black and white squares complement each other in the sense that the black squares together with the white squares comprise the total set of 64 squares found on the board (i.e. there is no square on the board which is not either black or white).
One skilled in compliments.
(RQ:Jonson Cynthia's Revels)
An angle which adds with another to equal 90 degrees.