A pattern of squares of alternating colours.
(chess) The square board used in the game of chess, subdivided into eight rows of eight squares each, the squares in each row and column being of alternating colours.
A board, usually square, covered with such a pattern; especially such a board with 8×8 squares, used to play chess and draughts/checkers.
(topology) A mathematical construction based on this pattern of squares
(transitive) To checker; to mark with an alternating pattern of light and dark.
The board used in the game of chess, having eight rows of alternate light and dark squares, eight in each row. See Checkerboard.
A board with sixty-four squares of alternate color, used for playing checkers, chess, or draughts.
a checkerboard used to play chess
a board having 64 squares of two alternating colors
A chessboard is the type of gameboard used for the game of chess, on which the chess pawns and pieces are placed. A chessboard is usually square in shape, with an alternating pattern of squares in two colours.
A checkerboard (American English) or chequerboard (British English; see spelling differences) is a board of chequered pattern on which draughts (checkers) is played. Most commonly, it consists of 64 squares (8×8) of alternating dark and light color, typically green and buff (official tournaments), black and red (consumer commercial), or black and white (printed diagrams).