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  1. castled

    • IPA[ˈkasəld]

    美式

    • adj.
      having a castle;(of the king) moved from its original square two squares along the back rank toward the corner square of a rook, which has been transferred to the square passed over by the king
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    形容詞

    • 1. archaic having a castle its castled hills and the air of romance
    • 2. (of the king) moved from its original square two squares along the back rank toward the corner square of a rook, which has been transferred to the square passed over by the king an attack against a castled king is a very important part of the middle game
    • n.
      a large building, typically of the medieval period, fortified against attack with thick walls, ... Edinburgh Castle the crumbling stonework of a ruined castle
    • v.
      make a special move (no more than once in a game by each player) in which the king is ... both of the players castled on the queenside

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    • n.
      a large building, typically of the medieval period, fortified against attack with thick walls, ... Edinburgh Castle the crumbling stonework of a ruined castle
    • v.
      make a special move (no more than once in a game by each player) in which the king is ... both of the players castled on the queenside

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    • n.
      a grand property owned by a wealthy pastoralist: beef barons flourishing in grass castles

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    • ph.
      a castle in Belfast which was, until 1972, the seat of the Parliament of Northern Ireland and ...

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    • ph.
      (Anne), Baroness Castle of Blackburn (1910–2002), British Labour politician. As Minister of ...

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    • ph.
      a royal residence at Windsor, founded by William the Conqueror on the site of an earlier ...

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    • n.
      (1887–1918), British dancer; born William Vernon Blythe. With his wife Irene (1893–1969), he ...

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    • n.
      (especially in the US) the principle that one is justified in the use of deadly force to ... the castle doctrine has been used to defend a number of deadly shootings in recent years

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    • IPA[ˈkɑːs(ə)ld]

    英式

    • adj.
      having a castle: its castled hills and the air of romance

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