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maneuver

US [məˈnʊvər]
UK [məˈnuːvə(r)]
  • n.演习;谨慎或熟练的动作;巧计
  • v.有技巧地引导;用计得到
  • Web策略;调动;机动
Plural Form:maneuvers  Present Participle:maneuvering  Past Tense:maneuvered  
manoeuvre
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n.
1.
[c]
细致巧妙的移动;机动动作a movement performed with care and skill
a complicated/skilful manoeuvre
复杂的╱熟练的移动
You will be asked to perform some standard manoeuvres during your driving test.
驾驶考试中会要求你做几个标准的机动动作。
2.
[c][u]
策略;手段;花招;伎俩a clever plan, action or movement that is used to give sb an advantage
diplomatic manoeuvres
外交策略
a complex manoeuvre in a game of chess
国际象棋中复杂的应对套路
3.
[pl]
军事演习;作战演习military exercises involving a large number of soldiers, ships, etc.
The army is on manoeuvres in the desert.
军队在沙漠中进行军事演习。
IDM
freedom of/room for manoeuvre
改变事态的机会;回旋余地the chance to change the way that sth happens and influence decisions that are made
v.
1.
[i][t]
(使谨慎或熟练地)移动,运动;转动to move or turn skilfully or carefully; to move or turn sth skilfully or carefully
The yachts manoeuvred for position.
那些游艇灵活地寻找位置。
There was very little room to manoeuvre.
几乎没有什么活动空间。
She manoeuvred the car carefully into the garage.
她小心翼翼地将车开进了车库。
2.
[i][t]
操纵;控制;使花招to control or influence a situation in a skilful but sometimes dishonest way
The new laws have left us little room to manoeuvre(= not much opportunity to change or influence a situation) .
新法律没给我们留下多少回旋的余地。
She manoeuvred her way to the top of the company.
她施展手腕使自己进入了公司最高领导层。

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