outmanoeuvre


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outmanoeuvre

(ˌaʊtməˈnuːvə) or

outmaneuver

vb
(tr) to secure a strategic advantage over by skilful manoeuvre

outmanoeuvre


Past participle: outmanoeuvred
Gerund: outmanoeuvring

Imperative
outmanoeuvre
outmanoeuvre
Present
I outmanoeuvre
you outmanoeuvre
he/she/it outmanoeuvres
we outmanoeuvre
you outmanoeuvre
they outmanoeuvre
Preterite
I outmanoeuvred
you outmanoeuvred
he/she/it outmanoeuvred
we outmanoeuvred
you outmanoeuvred
they outmanoeuvred
Present Continuous
I am outmanoeuvring
you are outmanoeuvring
he/she/it is outmanoeuvring
we are outmanoeuvring
you are outmanoeuvring
they are outmanoeuvring
Present Perfect
I have outmanoeuvred
you have outmanoeuvred
he/she/it has outmanoeuvred
we have outmanoeuvred
you have outmanoeuvred
they have outmanoeuvred
Past Continuous
I was outmanoeuvring
you were outmanoeuvring
he/she/it was outmanoeuvring
we were outmanoeuvring
you were outmanoeuvring
they were outmanoeuvring
Past Perfect
I had outmanoeuvred
you had outmanoeuvred
he/she/it had outmanoeuvred
we had outmanoeuvred
you had outmanoeuvred
they had outmanoeuvred
Future
I will outmanoeuvre
you will outmanoeuvre
he/she/it will outmanoeuvre
we will outmanoeuvre
you will outmanoeuvre
they will outmanoeuvre
Future Perfect
I will have outmanoeuvred
you will have outmanoeuvred
he/she/it will have outmanoeuvred
we will have outmanoeuvred
you will have outmanoeuvred
they will have outmanoeuvred
Future Continuous
I will be outmanoeuvring
you will be outmanoeuvring
he/she/it will be outmanoeuvring
we will be outmanoeuvring
you will be outmanoeuvring
they will be outmanoeuvring
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been outmanoeuvring
you have been outmanoeuvring
he/she/it has been outmanoeuvring
we have been outmanoeuvring
you have been outmanoeuvring
they have been outmanoeuvring
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been outmanoeuvring
you will have been outmanoeuvring
he/she/it will have been outmanoeuvring
we will have been outmanoeuvring
you will have been outmanoeuvring
they will have been outmanoeuvring
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been outmanoeuvring
you had been outmanoeuvring
he/she/it had been outmanoeuvring
we had been outmanoeuvring
you had been outmanoeuvring
they had been outmanoeuvring
Conditional
I would outmanoeuvre
you would outmanoeuvre
he/she/it would outmanoeuvre
we would outmanoeuvre
you would outmanoeuvre
they would outmanoeuvre
Past Conditional
I would have outmanoeuvred
you would have outmanoeuvred
he/she/it would have outmanoeuvred
we would have outmanoeuvred
you would have outmanoeuvred
they would have outmanoeuvred
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.outmanoeuvre - defeat by more skillful maneuvering; "The English troops outmaneuvered the Germans"; "My new supervisor knows how to outmaneuver the boss in most situations"
best, outdo, outflank, scoop, trump - get the better of; "the goal was to best the competition"
outgeneral - surpass in generalship

outmanoeuvre

verb outwit, outdo, get the better of, circumvent, outflank, outsmart (informal), steal a march on (informal), put one over on (informal), outfox, run rings round (informal), outthink, outgeneral, outjockey He has shown once again that he is capable of outmanoeuvring his opponents.
Translations

outmanoeuvre

outmaneuver (US) [ˌaʊtməˈnuːvəʳ] VT (Mil) [+ enemy] → superar tácticamente (fig) [+ opposition, competition] → superar a

outmanoeuvre

[ˌaʊtməˈnuːvər] vt [+ rival] → se montrer meilleur tacticien que

outmanoeuvre

outmaneuver (Am) [ˌaʊtməˈnuːvəʳ] vt (Mil) → superare strategicamente (fig) (rival, opposition) → surclassare
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