to take control of, or remove from play; as, to capture a piece in chess.
(1) (verb) (of a trick) win;(2) (verb) (of a card) prevent an opponent's card from taking a trick by winning the trick with a higher card of the same suit.
To take an opponent's piece off the board and out of play.
the removal of an opponent's piece from the chess board
Moving a piece to a square occupied by an enemy piece, thereby removing the enemy piece from the board, out of play. Once a piece is captured, it may never return to the game.
(or Take) not Kill – to remove a piece from the board via a legal move Castle To move your unmoved King 2 squares toward an unmoved Rook and to move the Rook on the other side of the King.
The movement of a minor or major piece from the departure cell to the arrival cell and to capture a enemy piece in the process. To capture, a player must make a legal move that lands a piece on a cell containing an enemy piece. The captured enemy piece is taken from the board and removed from the game. To capture a MP/mp means to deprive your opponent (:A or :B) of the use of that MP/mp. The MP/mp has been taken and leaves the board.
The removal from the board of a pair of enemy stones when a friendly stone is placed on one end of a pair that already had a friendly stone on the other end. Flanking five pairs of stones in this manner is one of two ways to win this game. (The other way is forming a pente.) This is sometimes called eating stones. See also, atari.
Refers to the action of capturing the enemy's flag.