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  1. manoeuvre

    • IPA[məˈnuːvə]

    英式

    • n.
      a movement or series of moves requiring skill and care;a carefully planned or cunning scheme or action
    • v.
      move skilfully 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

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

      snowboarders performed daring manoeuvres on precipitous slopes

    • 2. a carefully planned or cunning scheme or action:

      shady financial manoeuvres

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

      the economic policy provided no room for manoeuvre

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

      the Russian vessel was on manoeuvres

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

      the lorry was unable to manoeuvre comfortably in the narrow street

      she tried to manoeuvre her trolley round people

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

      they were manoeuvring him into betraying his friend

    • 3. manipulate a situation to achieve an end:

      Rann was manoeuvring to elope with the girl

    • n.
      a movement or series of moves requiring skill and care:
    • spectacular jumps and other daring maneuvers
    • v.
      move skillfully or carefully:
    • the truck was unable to maneuver comfortably in the narrow street

      I'm maneuvering a loaded tray around the floor

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    • n. the action of attempting to exhale with the nostrils and mouth, or the glottis, closed. This increases pressure in the middle ear and the chest, as when bracing to lift heavy objects, and is used as a means of equalizing pressure in the ears.

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    • n. a first-aid procedure for dislodging an obstruction from a person's windpipe in which a sudden strong pressure is applied on their abdomen, between the navel and the ribcage.

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    • n. a first-aid procedure for dislodging an obstruction from a person's windpipe in which a sudden strong pressure is applied on the abdomen, between the navel and the rib cage.

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    • n. the action of attempting to exhale with the nostrils and mouth, or the glottis, closed. This increases pressure in the middle ear and the chest, as when bracing to lift heavy objects, and is used as a means of equalizing pressure in the ears.

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