Acol


Acol
A bidding system, commonly used in the British Commonwealth, in which bidding is kept as natural as possible.

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  • Acol — is a bridge bidding system. It is named after a road in Hampstead, London, where there was a bridge club in which the system started to evolve in the 1930s. According to Terence Reese, its main devisers were Maurice Harrison Gray, Jack Marx and S …   Wikipedia

  • acol — acol·hua; acol·y·thate; acol·y·thist; acol·huan; …   English syllables

  • Acol — /akˈol/ noun A system of bidding in the game of bridge ORIGIN: After Acol Road in London, where the system was devised …   Useful english dictionary

  • ACOL — Uno o varios wikipedistas están trabajando actualmente en este artículo o sección. Es posible que a causa de ello haya lagunas de contenido o deficiencias de formato. Si quieres, puedes ayudar y editar, pero por favor: antes de realizar… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Acol — [ akɒl] noun Bridge a commonly used British system of bidding designed to enable partners with weaker hands to find suitable contracts. Origin 1930s: from Acol Road in Hampstead, London, where the system was devised …   English new terms dictionary

  • acol — /ˈækəl/ (say akuhl) noun a system of conventions in the game of bridge. {named after Acol Road in NW London, where the bridge club in which it was first played is situated} …   Australian English dictionary

  • ácol — ácol2 adj affrighted, dismayed; excited, excited by fear, frightened, terrified, trembling …   Old to modern English dictionary

  • Acol (Kent) — Acol Église Saint Mildred Administration Pays …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Acol, Kent — infobox UK place static static image caption=St. Mildred s Church, Acol country = England official name= Acol latitude= 51.3597 longitude= 1.3094 os grid reference = TR305675 population = shire district= Thanet shire county = Kent region= South… …   Wikipedia

  • acolumellate — acol·u·mel·late (a″kol u melґāt) of certain protozoa and fungi, lacking columellae …   Medical dictionary


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