1. To place under attack with one's own pieces, of two enemy chess pieces.
2. To shape like a fork.
1. To move from one place to another by lifting.
2. To raise or haul up with or as if with mechanical help; SYN. lift, wind.
3. To raise, as of flags or sails; SYN. run up.
1. To attach to a support
2. To fix onto a backing, setting, or support
3. To prepare and supply with the necessary equipment for execution or performance; SYN. put on.
4. To put up; SYN. launch.
ETYM See Rear (n.).
1. To rise up on one's hind legs (said of quadrupeds); SYN. rise up.
2. To bring up; SYN. raise, bring up, nurture, parent.
3. To cause to rise up; SYN. erect.
(Homonym: way, whey).
1. To determine the weight of.
2. To have a certain weight.
3. To be oppressive or burdensome; SYN. press.