a large military movement or operation, especially done for training purposes
movement performed with care and skill
(cause sth to) move about by using skill and care
guide (sb/sth) skilfully and craftily (in a specified direction)
"he made a great maneuver"
"the runner was out on a play by the shortstop"
"He maneuvered to get the chairmanship"
"She maneuvered herself into the directorship"
The manoeuvres suited to fast-sailing vessels..cannot be practised in a narrow space.
出自： B. Jowett
In any siege manoeuvre ceases.
出自： D. Fraser
He left..to go on manoeuvres with the Japanese Army.
出自： M. Fitzherbert
She manoeuvred the car round a tricky corner.
出自： C. Stead
They maneuver him into the foyer and into the elevator.
出自： J. C. Oates
A scallop boat manoeuvered alongside.
出自： J. Raban
Rann was manoeuvring to elope with the girl.
出自： R. K. Narayan
You get what you want. You manoeuvre everyone.
出自： M. Flanagan
He had manoeuvered the conversation from the general to a personal confrontation.
出自： J. Diski