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Maneuver definition, a planned and regulated movement or evolution of troops, warships, etc. See more.

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1470–80 for an earlier sense; 1750–60 for current noun sense; < French manoeuvre, Middle French manuevre handwork, derivative of Old French manuvrer ...

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Maneuver definition is - a military or naval movement. How to use ... See the full definition for maneuver in the English Language Learners Dictionary. maneuver.

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How do you spell Maneuver vs. manoeuvre? Learn the correct spelling of Maneuver vs. manoeuvre & other commonly misspelled words & phrases in the ...

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maneuver meaning: 1. US spelling of manoeuvre 2. a planned and controlled movement of military forces 3. a planned action that is intended to obtain an ...

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You maneuver your way through a crowd, a bureaucracy, traffic, or traffic cones. You can maneuver a car or a piece of machinery. Army maneuvers are highly ...

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maneuver definition: The definition of maneuver is a careful and skillful move or series of moves or a scheme or plot that requires skill to carry out. (noun) An ...

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Meaning: "planned movement of troops or warship," 1757, from French manoeuvre "manipulation, maneuver," from Old French manovre… See more definitions.