What is the etymology of checkmate

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TYPE OF SPEECHIMPORTANCEEXAMPLESADDITIONScheckmate be
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incapacitated“I also like a baby that sleeps 6 hours! Bastian is hungry every 2 hours at night, the little vampire, and I'm totally checkmate from the flu and can hardly move ";" Last year we visited the Heidepark Soltau and were totally in the evenings checkmate and satisfied ";" I'm also completely exhausted and totally checkmate. I have a headache and I feel sick ";" That concentration and competition stress also leave traces in this sport was noticed in the afternoon at the train station in Bramsche. Two mothers uttered what others thought: 'Man, you are complete checkmate! Come home and get some rest! '" someone matt / checkmate put
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incapacitatecolloquial; Matt is an expression of the chess game and goes back to Persian "schah mate" (the king is dead). Together with the game, "matt" has penetrated the Romance languages ​​and German since the 12th century, where it has been given further meaning components since the 13th century. From being inferior it gains the meaning of powerlessness and physical and mental exhaustion (weariness). In the visual field, powerless dullness and the lack of gloss are referred to as matt (matt image, matt screen). For the etymology of the word chess (king) see also "someone / keep something in check "Equal puts it what! ..., otherwise puts it what!
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Threat of punishmentcolloquial, casualput his hello under it / put it under it / put it under something
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sign"'Then put your hello under it now.' He waited until Kajetan had signed "; "He should finally put down his goodbye and accept the offered money"; "Then you only need to put your servus underneath and give your account number"; "The law was approved by parliament, now only Queen Elizabeth II has to give her goodbyes"; "In that case puts you put your goodbye underneath and let's go "colloquial, southern Germany; "Servus" is a greeting that is used among friends in southern Germany and Austria both to greet and say goodbye. It has its origin in the Latin "servus" (slave, servant, servant), from which our terms "service", "server" and "serve" arose. The saying has been proven since the second half of the 20th century.

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to the model; be trend-setting someoneem / set limits to a thing
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set the limits of what is allowed"Courage to say no: set limits without feeling guilty"; "Anna's mother failed to set limits for her child at an early age"; "Setting limits and adhering to them consistently is the most important task for many parents, but also the greatest challenge in bringing up"; "So far, language training has often been difficult and putse international exchange limits ";" There are no limits to creativity in the painting competitionputs" put his (Friedrich / Kaiser) Wilhelm under / under / under something
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