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Definition of "maneuver" []

  • A strategic or tactical military or naval movement. (noun)
  • A large-scale tactical exercise carried out under simulated conditions of war. Often used in the plural. (noun)
  • A controlled change in movement or direction of a moving vehicle or vessel, as in the flight path of an aircraft. (noun)
  • A movement or procedure involving skill and dexterity. (noun)
  • A strategic action undertaken to gain an end. (noun)

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Use "maneuver" in a sentence
  • "They have so many, the simplest way to maneuver is to do an Advanced Search on Google (or another search engine that allows you to specify the domain): september 11 site: www. loc.gov"
  • "This maneuver is accomplished by attaching a weight, at the end of a long rope, to the top of the balloon."
  • "Even the dreaded “panties on the head” maneuver is ok with us."