Chess player is written as two words.
The noun 'chess' is an abstract noun as a word for a concept.The noun players, board, or chess pieces are concrete nouns as words for physical people and things, but the noun 'chess' is a word for the game (contest) itself.
The word 'chess' is a singular, uncountable noun. Units of chess are expressed as games of chess tournaments of chess.
Échecs is the word for chess in French.
If you are asking the expansion of the word chess, there is none. The word chess is believed to have originated from the Sanskrit word "chaturanga". Another well-accepted theory about the origin of the word is that it is a modification of the Persian word "shah".
Set, a Chess set.
The noun 'chess' is a singular, uncountable noun. Units of chess are expressed as games of chess.
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Yes, the noun 'chess' is an abstract noun, a word for a concept.
Checkmate or a stalemate if neither player can put the other in a position where their king is trapped
A three-letter word for chess pieces is "men."
The word checkmate in chess comes from the Persian phrase "Shah Mat" which means: 'the king is dead.'
The word champion is both a noun and a verb; champion is also an adjective. Example uses: Noun: Mark was the district champion at the chess tournament. Verb: Mark plans to champion the availability of chess at all the schools in the district. Adjective: Mark is a champion chess player and a champion person.
schoolwork is a compound word
NO. It's a game.
The chess match lasted over 12 hours. The chess board showed that white was on the verge of checkmate. Chess is a challenging game to master.
the original word for "chess", is chaturanga, 4 members of an army- elephants, horses, chariots, and foot soldiers.
One word, as you have written it.
"Chess" is primarily a noun, the name of a well known game. However, there is also a dessert called "Chess pie", in which "chess" could reasonably be considered an adjective.
no. it is two words.