|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|finesse en arabe||0.09||0.7||9170||11|
|finesse weapons 5e||0.17||0.4||3121||23|
|finesse 2 tymes||0.45||0.5||171||92|
|finesse wow dragonflight||0.72||0.5||3335||58|
|finesse black clover||1.74||0.6||7002||97|
A direct finesse is a finesse that gains a trick without losing one, as long as it is "on". For example: If South (declarer) is on lead he can lead to the queen; that is, he leads a small spade and, if West plays low, plays the queen from dummy.What are some other synonyms for finesse?
Fineness refers to a thing's quality of being fine—for example, the fineness of print (that is, how small the letters are) or the fineness of one wire in comparison to another (that is, how thin they are). What are some synonyms of finesse? Adroitness, cleverness, and dexterity are all synonyms of finesse.What is the definition of finesse?
Having finesse means you can handle difficult situations with diplomacy and tact, like the finesse it takes to help two friends work out their differences — without taking sides or alienating either one. Finesse is having grace under pressure. It's handling the rantings of an angry customer with a smile and a calm tone.How is a finesse used in card games?
In contract bridge and similar games, a finesse is a type of card play technique which will enable a player to win an additional trick or tricks should there be a favorable position of one or more cards in the hands of the opponents.