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Sentence count:120+5 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-02-19Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: channelisechannelizedirectevasive actionguideheadmaneuvermanoeuveroperateplaypointsimulated military operationsteertactictactical maneuvertactical manoeuvretacticsSimilar words: anotherlean onanodecanopypianoanointvolcanoone anotherMeaning: [mə'nuːvə(r)]  n. 1. a plan for attaining a particular goal 2. a military training exercise 3. a deliberate coordinated movement requiring dexterity and skill 4. a move made to gain a tactical end 5. an action aimed at evading an opponent. v. 1. act in order to achieve a certain goal 2. direct the course; determine the direction of travelling 3. perform a movement in military or naval tactics in order to secure an advantage in attack or defense. 
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1 We attempted to manoeuvre the canoe closer to him.
2 Her withdrawal from the contest was a tactical manoeuvre.
3 The clutter of ships had little room to manoeuvre.
4 She managed to manoeuvre expertly into the parking space.
5 There was very little room to manoeuvre.
6 Loaded supermarket trolleys are often difficult to manoeuvre.
7 Inverted flight is an acrobatic manoeuvre of the plane.
8 A rapid manoeuvre by the driver prevented an accident.
9 Small farmers have limited room for manoeuvre.
10 I feel the company has little room for manoeuvre.
11 The amendment was somehow introduced by political manoeuvre.
12 This was a crafty manoeuvre to outwit his pursuers.
13 The other directors are trying to manoeuvre her into resigning.
14 Teachers feel they have little room for manoeuvre when the curriculum is so demanding.
15 The government has very little room for manoeuvre on this issue.
16 By this manoeuvre,( he hopes to gain an advantage at a later stage.
17 The authorities have to manoeuvre the markets into demanding a cut in interest rates.
18 I'd like you to go through that manoeuvre again and then bring the car to a halt next to the kerb.
19 Nevertheless, the State's room for manoeuvre was increasing.
20 And the director-general has little freedom of manoeuvre.
21 The manoeuvre succeeded, though at a dreadful cost.
22 It was a manoeuvre replete with irony.
23 Must not allow her senses any room to manoeuvre.
24 A careful driver will often stop talking before carrying out a complex manoeuvre.
25 The economic conditions are restricting the Chancellor's freedom of manoeuvre.
26 The law in this area is very strict and doesn't allow us much room for manoeuvre.
27 With an election looming, he has little room for manoeuvre.
28 The new laws have left us little room to manoeuvre .
29 As I see it, Lisa, you don't really have a great deal of room for manoeuvre.
30 Saunders' body was lying against him as he tried to manoeuvre it against the protective barrier.
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