draughtboard


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draughtboard

(ˈdrɑːftˌbɔːd)
n
(Chess & Draughts) a square board divided into 64 squares of alternating colours, used for playing draughts or chess
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Translations

draughtboard

[ˈdrɑːftbɔːd] N (Brit) → tablero m de damas
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draughtboard

draught board [ˈdrɑːftbɔːrd] n (British)damier mdraught excluder (British) nbourrelet m (de porte, de fenêtre)
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draughtboard

n (Brit) → Damebrett nt
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draughtboard

[ˈdrɑːftˌbɔːd] nscacchiera
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Several of the iconic features of the building are now at risk, including the most light-hearted and joyful aspect of the building, its striking concertina windows with their multi-coloured draughtboard design.
Endocrine and morphological correlates of reproduction in the draughtboard shark Cephaloscyllium laticeps (Elasmobranchii: Scyliorhinidae).
Now mother never bred a jibber, so I watch someone called Rita Ora, who looks suspiciously like a draughty draughtboard. She's okay - and I'm already one jump ahead of myself.