half-open

half-open

adj
(Chess & Draughts) chess (of a file) having a pawn or pawns of only one colour on it
Translations

half-open

[ˌhɑːfˈəʊpən] ADJentreabierto, medio abierto
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We ran to the ladder, but at the moment of reaching it, Daddy Jacques drew my attention to the half-open door of the little semi-circular room, situated under the terrace, at the extremity of the right wing of the chateau, having the terrace for its roof.
And with the same gesture he pointed to the half-open door, the ladder, the terrace, and the windows in the
I seized hold of the ladder, and we returned to the back of the chateau to see if the window of the chamber was still half-open.
As is always the case with a thoroughly attractive woman, her defect- the shortness of her upper lip and her half-open mouth- seemed to be her own special and peculiar form of beauty.
The half-open hand closed in a firm grip that gathered in the slack of the skin of one side of Jerry's head and jowl.
Ned Land and Conseil watched the luminous water through the half-open panels.
A handsome carriage, drawn by a sleek pair of New Holland horses, carried Phileas Fogg and Aouda into the midst of rows of palms with brilliant foliage, and of clove-trees, whereof the cloves form the heart of a half-open flower.
The facial part projected, forming something dimly suggestive of a muzzle, and the huge half-open mouth showed as big white teeth as I had ever seen in a human mouth.
The young girl's attention had been attracted to him for the last few moments; she had repeatedly turned her head towards him with uneasiness; she had even once come to a standstill, and taking advantage of a ray of light which escaped from a half-open bakery to survey him intently, from head to foot, then, having cast this glance, Gringoire had seen her make that little pout which he had already noticed, after which she passed on.
In the half-open drawer by his side was the barrel of a loaded revolver.
By degrees I waxed more warm and tender than, perhaps, I had ever been before; but still I said nothing tangible, and she attempted no repulse, until, in passing a moss rose-tree that I had brought her some weeks since, in my sister's name, she plucked a beautiful half-open bud and bade me give it to Rose.
at a half-open drawer, familiar shot elastic out-peeking.