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manoeuvre [mə'nu:və] n
med. manœuvre f; manipulation f
transp. manoeuvre f
army manoeuvres n
gen. les manœuvres
obs. les grandes manœuvres
manoeuvres v
transp., avia. exercices
transp., avia., engl. manoeuvres
 English thesaurus
manoeuvre [mə'nu:və] n
mil. a movement to place ships or aircraft in a position of advantage over the enemy; a tactical exercise carried out at sea, in the air, on the ground, or on a map in imitation of war; the operation of a ship, aircraft, or vehicle, to cause it to perform desired movements; employment of forces on the battlefield through movement in combination with fire, or fire potential, to achieve a position of advantage over the enemy in order to accomplish the mission
mil., logist. A movement to place ships or aircraft in a position of advantage over the enemy. 2. Employment of forces on the battlefield through movement in combination with fire, or fire potential, to achieve a position of advantage over the enemy in order to accomplish the mission. (UKR/NATO); The operation of a ship, aircraft, or vehicle, to cause it to perform desired movements. (UKR/NATO)
manoeuvres: 27 phrases in 8 subjects
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