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English - Turkish
satrançta şah demeden hareket edemez hale getirmek
(Satranç) pat
(Askeri) beraberlik
(satranç) pat
iki taraftan her biri kımıldanamaz halde olma
{i} kazanan veya kaybedenin olmadığı durum, yenişememe
kımıldanamaz hale koymak
satranç oyununda şahın kiş denmemiş fakat nereye oynarsa kiş denecek vaziyette olması
{f} çıkmaza sokmak
{i} pata (satranç)
{i} çıkmaz
{f} pata etmek
{f} köşeye sıkıştırmak
(Hukuk) açmaz
give stalemate
pata vermek
go stalemate
pata gitmek
lead to a stalemate
açmaza sürüklemek
lead to a stalemate
açmaza getirmek
nuclear stalemate
(Askeri) NÜKLEER PATA, NÜKLEER DENGE: Düşman nükleer kuvvetlerindeki bilinen gücün, bu kuvvetlerin kullanılması konusunda karşılıklı caydırıcılık oluşmasına neden olacak bir durum yaratacağı kabul edilen bir kavram
English - English
Any situation that has no obvious possible movement, but does not involve any personal loss
To bring about a state in which the player to move is not in check but has no legal moves
The state in which the player to move is not in check but has no legal moves, resulting in a draw
a situation where neither side can win and a standstill is reached
In chess, stalemate is a position in which a player cannot make any move which is allowed by the rules, so that the game ends and no one wins
Term used to describe the deadlock on the Western Front during the First World War
Stalemate is a situation in which neither side in an argument or contest can win or in which no progress is possible. President Bush has ended the stalemate over moves to cut the country's budget deficit = deadlock
{i} situation in which neither player can move (Chess); deadlock, standstill, draw
When the enemy king is not in check, but he has no legal moves, he is in stalemate and the game is declared a draw (tie) See the lesson Check and Mate
subject to a stalemate
drawing position in chess: any of a player's possible moves would place his king in check
a situation in which no progress can be made or no advancement is possible; "reached an impasse on the negotiations"
A situation where a player has no legal moves to make Any move he/she would make with the King would put the King in check and he/she has no other pieces on the board that can move This game ends in a draw
When the player to move has no legal move, but is not in check, it is stalemate TODO: Other ways: repetition, etc
To subject to a stalemate; hence, to bring to a stand
a situation in which neither side can prevail in a conflict, no matter how hard they try Often parties must reach a stalemate before they are willing to negotiate an end to their conflict
{f} bring into a stalemate (Chess); bring to a standstill
The position of the king when he can not move without being placed on check and there is no other piece which can be moved
A stalemate occurs when parties in a dispute are not making progress toward a resolution Once a stalemate is reached, the parties may be ready for a third party to help them negotiate a settlement
If one player's King (or Crown Prince) has no legal move other than to move in to check, and no other piece has a legal move, then that player is said to be in stalemate This situation is a win for the other player, as moving in to check is legal in Chu Shogi See Also: Check
stalemate in talks
coolness in discussions
A stalemate
break the stalemate
end the deadlock, break the impasse, terminate the standstill
past of stalemate
at a complete standstill because of opposition of two unrelenting forces or factions; "the chess game ended with white stalemated"; "the two factions are deadlocked over fringe benefits"
third-person singular of stalemate
plural of , stalemate
present participle of stalemate