English to Macedonian Meaning of castle - замокот

Castle :

замокот, тврдина, кула, држете, упориште, бастион, заслон, шах замокот

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Definitions of castle in English
Noun(1) a large and stately mansion(2) a large building formerly occupied by a ruler and fortified against attack(3) (chess(4) interchanging the positions of the king and a rook
Verb(1) move the king two squares toward a rook and in the same move the rook to the square next past the king
Examples of castle in English
(1) You will encounter large mountains, a factory complex, and the large ruins of a medieval castle .(2) Here, you can see stone cannon balls built into the castle walls, defensive battlements and interior living quarters.(3) the crumbling stonework of a ruined castle(4) Maura was sitting at his desk, reading from a book that was thicker than a wall of the castle .(5) THE 5ft-thick walls of a medieval castle have seen the light of day again after centuries buried underground.(6) Some time ago, in a country that does not really exist anymore, a man once stood upon the battlements of a castle and surveyed his handiwork.(7) At this point I think Black could simply castle when once again I see nothing wrong with his position.(8) Equally important is establishing the supply lines of wood and stone essential for more sophisticated buildings and stronger castle fortifications.(9) At the heart of the inner ward was a large mound, which this year's dig has revealed covers the remains of a tower house - the castle 's main building.(10) Hopefully soon they would catch up to Ian's caravan, and would return to castle Laramont with Rana.(11) Founded by William the Conqueror, the fine motte and bailey castle was popular with medieval monarchs, some of whom used it as a royal hunting lodge.(12) One of the most familiar forms of fortification, the castle still symbolizes the entire medieval world and seems to define its military outlook.(13) I sat in the guard barracks in the outer wall of the castle battlements.(14) Defensive walls and ditches were found from the medieval castle , as well as arch and window mouldings and numerous rubbish pits full of food remains and pottery.(15) The castle has six towers and some twenty distinct roof forms.(16) If they attacked the castle , she would most likely die in the battle.
Related Phrases of castle
(1) the castle ::
(2) bouncy castle ::
жив замокот
(3) old castle ::
стариот замок
(4) haunted castle ::
гонет замокот
1. fortress ::
2. rook ::
3. palace ::
Different Forms
castle, castled, castles, castling
Word Example from TV Shows
You have Castle Black.

You have Castle Black.

Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 3

I stayed at Castle Black.
There's no women allowed there.

I stayed at Castle Black. There's no women allowed there.

Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 3

He'll be heading back
to Castle Black, then.

He'll be heading back to Castle Black, then.

Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 9

Will you stay here at Castle Black?

Will you stay here at Castle Black?

Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 4

And then we have to take the castle.

And then we have to take the CASTLE.

Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 5

English to Macedonian Dictionary: castle

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