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  1. maneuver

    • IPA[məˈno͞ovər]

    美式

    • n.
      a movement or series of moves requiring skill and care;a carefully planned scheme or action, especially one involving deception
    • v.
      move skillfully or carefully;carefully guide or manipulate (someone or something) in order to achieve an end
    • noun: manoeuvre, plural noun: manoeuvres

    • verb: manoeuvre, 3rd person present: manoeuvres, gerund or present participle: manoeuvring, past tense: manoeuvred, past participle: manoeuvred

    • 釋義
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a movement or series of moves requiring skill and care:

      spectacular jumps and other daring maneuvers

    • 2. a carefully planned scheme or action, especially one involving deception:

      shady financial maneuvers

    • 3. the fact or process of taking carefully planned or deceptive action:

      the economic policy provided no room for maneuver

    • 4. a large-scale military exercise of troops, warships, and other forces:

      the Russian vessel was on maneuvers

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. move skillfully or carefully:

      the truck was unable to maneuver comfortably in the narrow street

      I'm maneuvering a loaded tray around the floor

    • 2. carefully guide or manipulate (someone or something) in order to achieve an end:

      they were maneuvering him into a betrayal of his countryman

    • 3. carefully manipulate a situation to achieve an end:

      two decades of political maneuvering

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