ma·noeu·vre /məˈn(j)uvɚ/ 名詞
Ma·neu·ver, Ma·noeu·vre n.
1. Management; dexterous movement; specif., a military or naval evolution, movement, or change of position.
2. Management with address or artful design; adroit proceeding; stratagem.
Ma·neu·ver, Ma·noeu·vre, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Maneuvered or Manoeuvred; p. pr. & vb. n. Maneuvering or Manoeuvring ]
1. To perform a movement or movements in military or naval tactics; to make changes in position with the intention of getting an advantage in attack or defense.
3. To manage with address or art; to scheme.
Ma·neu·ver, Ma·noeu·vre, v. t.
1. To change the positions of, as of troops of ships.
Ma·noeu·vre n. & v. See Maneuver. [Chiefly Brit.]
n 1: a plan for attaining a particular goal [syn: tactic, maneuver]
2: a military training exercise [syn: maneuver, simulated
3: a deliberate coordinated movement requiring dexterity and
skill; "he made a great maneuver"; "the runner was out on
a play by the shortstop" [syn: maneuver, play]
4: a move made to gain a tactical end [syn: maneuver, tactical
maneuver, tactical manoeuvre]
5: an action aimed at evading an opponent [syn: maneuver, evasive
v 1: act in order to achieve a certain goal; "He maneuvered to
get the chairmanship"; "She maneuvered herself into the
directorship" [syn: maneuver, manoeuver]
2: direct the course; determine the direction of travelling
[syn: steer, maneuver, manoeuver, direct, point,
head, guide, channelize, channelise]
3: perform a movement in military or naval tactics in order to
secure an advantage in attack or defense [syn: manoeuver,