- n.僵局; [游戏]王棋受困
- 复数: stalemates;
South s Minister Yu says diplomacy may produce some movement on the stalemate soon.
The second stage may be termed one of strategic stalemate.
This is right the paper industry of stalemate at dawn of a gleam of.
Still in stalemate than among large steel enterprises, smallmedium steel mills are much more flexible.
Discussions are locked in stalemate.
Without substantive talks, a lengthy and disruptive stalemate on the streets of Bangkok appears likely.
You ask if the War of Resistance has reached the stage of stalemate.
Efforts to break the stalemate in the peace talks continue.
Negotiations between the two sides have already been locked in stalemate for a long time.
As the stalemate persists, the big losers, as ever, are the Palestinian people themselves.
如果僵局仍然持续, 最大输家还是巴勒斯坦人民自己, 就像以前一样.
Tom Hagen : We can't afford a stalemate.
The war was at a stalemate.
So sometimes the negotiations impasse, is in a stalemate on the issue.
Both operations failed, and the Italian campaign bogged down to a dreary stalemate.
The meeting reached a stalemate.
They clawed their way back, but only to stalemate.
After eight months of stalemate, the Allies withdrew, leaving 10,000 dead amongst the Anzacs.
For the time being, however, a stalemate prevails, with Gazans as glum as before.
可是, 一个僵局就暂时形成了, 加沙人还是和以前一样苦闷.
In this sense, basically the War of Resistance has reached the stage of strategic stalemate.
Both armies paused a breathless stalemate, waiting to see to whose side Man would eventually turn.
The fight resulted in a stalemate.
The stalemate in the trade talks continues.
You should probably only make an Ion Cannon Control Center in a stalemate.
From the moment It'started, this war looked like ending in stalemate.
All the meetings ended in stalemate.
So far the stalemate between the Bucks and the Yi camp continues.
Two alternative systems are useful to avoid this stalemate.
President Bush has ended the stalemate over moves to cut the country's budget deficit.
He said the war had reached a stalemate and that a political accord was the only solution.
1. a situation in which no progress can be made or no advancement is possible;
"reached an impasse on the negotiations"
2. drawing position in chess: any of a player's possible moves would place his king in check
1. subject to a stalemate