Draughtboard - definition of draughtboard by The Free Dictionary
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(Chess & Draughts) a square board divided into 64 squares of alternating colours, used for playing draughts or chess
draughtboard draught board [ˈdrɑːftbɔːrd] n (British)
→ damier m
draught excluder (British) n
→ bourrelet m (de porte, de fenêtre)
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This dazzling trademark range, the embodiment of the acceleration of time between1969 and 2009, is etched with all the historical guilloches of the ZENITH collections:Barleycorn, Clou de Paris, Draughtboard
and Grand Clou de Paris.
The bar area is a cosy reminder of how things used to be, all low beams and with part of the floor covered in a catching draughtboard
of black and terracotta tiles.
Fish species such as ling and draughtboard
shark, which had been rare to the region, started appearing in big numbers.