(v) To resort to tricks or subterfuges; use chicanery.
(v) to utilize shifts, cavils, or artifices.
(v) To deceive; deceive.
(n) Games A bridge or whist hand without trumps.
(n) A temporary barrier, or serpentine curve, on a vehicular road, specially one built to lower rate.
(v) to make use of chicanery, tips or subterfuge.
(v) To deceive.
(v) raise insignificant objections
to utilize chicane; employ shifts, tricks, or artifices.
to take care of with chicane; deceive; cheat; bamboozle.
chicane in Sports Dictionary
A safety function included in a circuit usually comprising two successive razor-sharp bends in other directions to slow automobiles down whenever nearing a section of track. by Nickolas YutzyReport definition
Two consecutive right-hand corners, in opposing instructions, built to slow the bikes down. by Wynell SaltzReport definition
A track feature consisting of two or more razor-sharp corners close together (and sometimes narrower compared to the primary track). by Nickolas YutzyReport definition
an attribute built into the track using intention of slowing the cars before arriving at an arduous portion of the track. An illustration is an S-bend. by Nickolas YutzyReport definition