maneuver, manoeuvre, simulated military operation(noun)
a military training exercise
tactic, tactics, maneuver, manoeuvre(noun)
a plan for attaining a particular goal
maneuver, manoeuvre, play(noun)
a deliberate coordinated movement requiring dexterity and skill
"he made a great maneuver"; "the runner was out on a play by the shortstop"
turn, manoeuvre, dramatic play, period of play, shimmer, play, bid, tactical manoeuvre, caper, tactical maneuver, romp, gambol, tactics, simulated military operation, sport, frolic, playing period, free rein, child's play, gambling, evasive action, gaming, swordplay, tactic, looseness, fun, drama
maneuver, manoeuvre, tactical maneuver, tactical manoeuvre(noun)
a move made to gain a tactical end
maneuver, manoeuvre, evasive action(verb)
an action aimed at evading an opponent
steer, maneuver, manoeuver, manoeuvre, direct, point, head, guide, channelize, channelise(verb)
direct the course; determine the direction of travelling
channelize, operate, transfer, taper, repoint, place, pass, show, head, target, lead, sharpen, take, indicate, signal, point, betoken, aim, channelise, take aim, train, steer, channel, manoeuver, transport, address, manoeuvre, direct, level, engineer, organize, charge, organise, luff, calculate, head up, conduct, draw, bespeak, guide on, run, orient, send, orchestrate, mastermind, guide, designate, transmit
maneuver, manoeuver, manoeuvre(verb)
act in order to achieve a certain goal
"He maneuvered to get the chairmanship"; "She maneuvered herself into the directorship"
manoeuver, maneuver, manoeuvre, operate(verb)
perform a movement in military or naval tactics in order to secure an advantage in attack or defense
English Synonyms and Antonyms
A contrivance or device may be either good or bad. A cheat is a mean advantage in a bargain; a fraud, any form of covert robbery or injury. Imposture is a deceitful contrivance for securing charity, credit, or consideration. A stratagem or maneuver may be of the good against the bad, as it were a skilful movement of war. A wile is usually but not necessarily evil.
E'en children followed with endearing wile.
GoldsmithDeserted Village, l. 184.
A trick is often low, injurious, and malicious; we say a mean trick; the word is sometimes used playfully with less than its full meaning. A ruse or a blind may be quite innocent and harmless. An artifice is a carefully and delicately prepared contrivance for doing indirectly what one could not well do directly. A device is something studied out for promoting an end, as in a mechanism; the word is used of indirect action, often, but not necessarily directed to an evil, selfish, or injurious end. Finesse is especially subtle contrivance, delicate artifice, whether for good or evil. Compare FRAUD.
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How to use maneuver in a sentence?
What that is called is evaporation of liquidity, liquidity that was never there in the first place and it’s a typical maneuver that goes on in the fragmented stock market we have now.
In manned platforms, aerial refueling is a challenging maneuver because of the precision required by the pilot to engage the basket, adding an autonomous functionality creates another layer of complexity.
The Trump administration keeps downplaying these missiles because they are not ICBMs, but even though they can't reach the U.S. mainland, it's missiles like these that will start the war, they are small, easy to hide, easy to maneuver and you can't tell what kind of warhead they are carrying. They could carry a nuclear weapon.
Vona was the face of the very radical Jobbik and is now the face of a milder Jobbik. That is a difficult maneuver, a risky step that could cost the party its unity.
We believe there are foreign fighters there, probably in the hundreds, the (Syrian Democratic Forces) and our partners there are facing a pretty heavy fight -- that's what makes this type of operation so daring. I think we were lucky we caught ISIS by surprise. They are still reacting to this maneuver.
Translations for maneuver
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- manévry, manévr, manévrovatCzech
- Manöver, manövrierenGerman
- ελίσσομαι, ελιγμός, ελίσσωGreek
- manovro, manovriEsperanto
- maniobra, maniobrarSpanish
- رزمایش, مانورPersian
- manöveroida, liike, manööveriFinnish
- manœuvre, manœuvrerFrench
- hadművelet, manőver, hadgyakorlat, manőverezHungarian
- manovrare, manovraItalian
- manoeuvreren, manoeuvre, laveren, intrigerenDutch
- manøvrere, manøverNorwegian
- манёвры, сманеврировать, манёвр, маневрироватьRussian
- manövrera, manöver, intrigeraSwedish
- dùng mưu kếVietnamese
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