manoeuvre definition

  • noun:
    • Chiefly British Variant of maneuver.
    • A movement, frequently one performed with difficulty.
    • a sizable motion of army troops.
    • a move made to gain a tactical end
    • an action aimed at evading an opponent
    • an agenda for attaining a particular goal
    • a military education exercise
    • a deliberate coordinated activity requiring dexterity and ability
  • verb:
    • to go (some thing) carefully, and sometimes with difficulty, into a certain place.
    • perform a movement in military or naval techniques so that you can secure a plus in assault or defense
    • work to have a particular goal
    • direct the course; figure out the course of travelling
  • noun-and-verb:
    • See maneuver.

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