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manoeuvre

[ muh-noo-ver ]
/ məˈnu vər /
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noun, verb (used with or without object), ma·noeu·vred, ma·noeu·vring.
Chiefly British. a variant of maneuver.
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British Dictionary definitions for manoeuvre

manoeuvre

US maneuver

/ (məˈnuːvə) /

noun
verb

Derived forms of manoeuvre

manoeuvrable or US maneuverable, adjectivemanoeuvrability or US maneuverability, nounmanoeuvrer or US maneuverer, nounmanoeuvring or US maneuvering, noun

Word Origin for manoeuvre

C15: from French, from Medieval Latin manuopera manual work, from Latin manū operāre to work with the hand
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