Do you know these chess terminologies?
Chess terminology has borrowed heavily from many languages from Arabic to Indian and german. Here are a few mind swinging terms.
Chess blindness (oversight), described ironically as a disease by Dr. Tarrasch. There is a superb example from Krogius in the Errors section of the Canon.
To offer advice as a spectator - a dangerous pastime
A triangle of pawns e.g. b3-c4-d5-e4-f3 in the KID
Prevention. Nimzovitch talked about this rather as an end in itself, which is misleading.
(Arabic) Originally one of the conventional starting formations for play, now used to describe key positions arising from the opening.
A common Zugzwang position
(German) time trouble
(German) literally, in-between move. When, for example, a re-capture is delayed for a move to make a capture, check or threat elsewhere