An movement signaled by extending the sword arm, which gives the fencer the right of way.
a) A situation in which a piece could capture an enemy piece: after 1. e2-e4 e7-e5 2. Qd1-h5, the White Queen ATTACKS the pawns on e5, f7 and h7. The word is also sometimes used in the same sense as THREAT b) A plan of campaign against a specific target: we may talk of a KING-SIDE attack, a QUEEN-SIDE attack and so on. c) A name given to some openings or variations chosen by White, for instance the Fried Liver Attack.
Character may make a single attack with each weapon they have readied
roqueting an opponent ball to gain a tactical or strategic advantage or to disadvantage the opponent
An aggressive action during a game or to threaten to capture a piece or Pawn. Minority Attack: an attack of minor pieces against a majority of minor pieces of the opponent with the objective of creating a weakness in his position.
The process of going after your opponent's king or vulnerability win the game.
(military) an offensive against an enemy (using weapons); "the attack began at dawn"
an offensive move in a sport or game; "they won the game with a 10-hit attack in the 9th inning"
ideas or actions intended to deal with a problem or situation; "his approach to every problem is to draw up a list of pros and cons"; "an attack on inflation"; "his plan of attack was misguided"
take the initiative and go on the offensive; "The Serbs attacked the village at night"; "The visiting team started to attack"
an action taken that utilizes one or more vulnerabilities to realize a threat
an intentional threat and is an action performed by an entity with the intention to violate security
an offensive action made with the arm extending and the point threatening the valid target of the opponent
the initial offensive action made by extending the sword arm and continuously threatening the valid target of the opponent.
The initial offensive action made by extending the weapon arm towards the opponent and continuously threatening the opponent's target.
Offensive actions made against an opponent's weapon. Attacks on the blade may include the Beat, the Pressure, and the Froissement.
The offensive action of hitting the ball, also called a spike.
A threat against an enemy piece. Abbreviation for bishop.
When you move a piece to a square where you could capture an opponent's piece NEXT move.
the initial offensive action in a phrase, initiated with a progressive movement of hand and blade towards the target - it may be simple or compound
A publicly worded statement questioning the value of the material, presented to the media and/or others outside the library organization, in order to gain public support for further action.
Any action to control fire.
an initial offensive action made by extending the sword arm and continuously threatening the opponent's target
1) When your Active Pokémon fights your opponent's Defending Pokémon. 2) The text written on each Pokémon that shows what it does when it attacks (a Pokémon can have one or two attacks on it).
Movement or series of movements by which a fencer tries to score a point. In foil and saber, the fencer who attacks first acquires the "right-of-way." In order to execute a attack properly (i.e. one that the referee will acknowledge), the fencer's hand must be clearly extending towards their opponent's valid target in a threatening manner.
The initial offensive action made by fully and completely extending the arm, and continuously and progressively threatening the opponent's target.
The initial offensive action that is made by extending the swordarm and continuously threatening the valid target of an opponent.
to move with a threat e.g. so that an opponent's piece may be taken; more generally, to move pieces towards e.g. the king's side in the hope of mate. Also used to describe some opening systems initiated by White, e.g. King's Indian Attack.
To take action on a fire to slow it down or stop its spread.
A phase of offensive combat; offensive action directed against the enemy with the intent to kill, capture, or drive him from his position.
In fencing, an attack is the first offensive movement of a phrase.