VS.

Maneouvre vs. Manoeuvre

Published:

Maneouvrenoun

misspelling of manoeuvre

Manoeuvrenoun

alternative spelling of maneuver|from=British spelling|from2=Canadian spelling|from3=Irish, South African, Australian and New Zealand

Manoeuvreverb

(transitive) lang=en

Manoeuvrenoun

See Maneuver.

Manoeuvrenoun

a plan for attaining a particular goal

Manoeuvrenoun

a military training exercise

Manoeuvrenoun

a deliberate coordinated movement requiring dexterity and skill;

‘he made a great maneuver’; ‘the runner was out on a play by the shortstop’;

Manoeuvrenoun

a move made to gain a tactical end

Manoeuvrenoun

an action aimed at evading an opponent

Manoeuvreverb

act in order to achieve a certain goal;

‘He maneuvered to get the chairmanship’; ‘She maneuvered herself into the directorship’;

Manoeuvreverb

direct the course; determine the direction of travelling

Manoeuvreverb

perform a movement in military or naval tactics in order to secure an advantage in attack or defense

Manoeuvrenoun

a movement or series of moves requiring skill and care

‘snowboarders performed daring manoeuvres on precipitous slopes’;

Manoeuvrenoun

a carefully planned or cunning scheme or action

‘shady financial manoeuvres’;

Manoeuvrenoun

the fact or process of taking carefully planned or cunning action

‘the economic policy provided no room for manoeuvre’;

Manoeuvrenoun

a large-scale military exercise of troops, warships, and other forces

‘the Russian vessel was on manoeuvres’;

Manoeuvreverb

move skilfully or carefully

‘she tried to manoeuvre her trolley round people’; ‘the lorry was unable to manoeuvre comfortably in the narrow street’;

Manoeuvreverb

carefully guide or manipulate (someone or something) in order to achieve an end

‘they were manoeuvring him into betraying his friend’;

Manoeuvreverb

manipulate a situation to achieve an end

‘Rann was manoeuvring to elope with the girl’;

Popular Comparisons

Latest Comparisons

Trending Comparisons