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noun [countable] manoeuvre pronunciation in British English /məˈnuːvə(r)/
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pluralmanoeuvres
  1. 1
    an action or movement that you need care or skill to do
    Dexter tried every manoeuvre he could to overtake the truck.
    a complicated/difficult manoeuvre: Everyone had to concentrate for the complicated manoeuvre to work.
    1. a.
      a clever or dishonest action that you do to get something that you want
      Mercer won the election thanks to the manoeuvres of his son-in-law.

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