noun, verb (used with or without object), ma·noeu·vred, ma·noeu·vring.
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Example sentences from the Web for manoeuvre
Rather than higher inflation, tumbling oil prices point to reduced price pressure and more room for manoeuvre for central bankers.
He even had to manoeuvre daily how to escape him, and violent scenes were of constant occurrence between them.Eric, or Little by Little|Frederic W. Farrar
The sun had disappeared below the horizon, and the shades of evening had set in, before this manoeuvre had been accomplished.Newton Forster|Captain Frederick Marryat
Preferred rather to shift, manoeuvre and negotiate; which he did in a most vigilant, adroit and masterly manner.History Of Friedrich II. of Prussia, Vol. III. (of XXI.)|Thomas Carlyle
British Dictionary definitions for manoeuvre
- a tactic or movement of one or a number of military or naval units
- (plural) tactical exercises, usually on a large scale