Definition of 'stalemate'
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They were strong on both sides now, and the battle for the Jarama had ended in stalemate. THE WHITE DOVE (2002)
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Translations for 'stalemate'
British English: stalemate /ˈsteɪlˌmeɪt/ NOUN
Stalemate is a situation in which neither side in an argument or contest can make progress.
The war had reached a stalemate.
- American English: stalemate
- Arabic: وَرْطَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: empate jogo de xadrez
- Chinese: 僵局
- Croatian: mrtva točka
- Czech: pat
- Danish: dødvande
- Dutch: pat schaken
- European Spanish: tablas
- Finnish: pattitilanne
- French: impasse
- German: Patt
- Greek: αδιέξοδο μεταφορικά
- Italian: stallo
- Japanese: ステイルメイト
- Korean: 스테일메이트
- Norwegian: fastlåst situasjon
- Polish: pat
- European Portuguese: empate jogo de xadrez
- Romanian: impas
- Russian: пат
- Spanish: tablas
- Swedish: dödläge
- Thai: สถานการณ์ที่ต่างเอาชนะกันไม่ได้
- Turkish: çıkmaz
- Ukrainian: безвихідь
- Vietnamese: thế bí
Definition of stalemate from the Collins English Dictionary
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