counter-move

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counter-move

[ˈkaʊntəmuːv] Ncontrajugada f (fig) → contraataque m; (= manoeuvre) → contramaniobra f
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"Although it contradicts with the Sunni Islam rhetoric, what Germany did is a counter-move against the lobbying strategies of Muslim countries such as Turkey, Morocco or Algeria within German territories," he told Arab News.
Trump's counter-move was to declare an emergency that would allow him to divert funds already in the budget.
It was during one such counter-move that the Uzbeks won a free kick and Akhmedov, the 31-year-old midfielder who plays for Shanghai SIPG in the Chinese Football League, was calm and composed as he turned it in past Al Rashidi into the Oman goal.
It hit headlines as the main opposition BNP, which has waged a guarded movement for fair polls, had announced a rally in the city for Saturday and the AL-led ruling coalition later decided on an apparent counter-move for a rally the same day.
He has, however, started playing his own cards, with the sacking of PML-Q's Mir Amanullah Notezai as his special assistant on excise and taxation being his first counter-move. In the midst of this crisis, Zehri did heave a sigh of relief when two of his government's coalition partners the Pashtunkhwa Milli Awami Party and the National Party publicly offered him some words of support.
Turkish media reported on Friday that Russia's trade minister advised Russian auto producers to consider diversifying their suppliers before a counter-move from Turkey, their main supplier.
But then came the surprise counter-move. Russia increased its military security on Ukraine's Southern Crimean Peninsula within days of the Western-backed coup d'Eatat in Kiev.
Nazemroaya noted that the US initiated a naval build-up off the Syrian and Lebanese coasts, which is part of Washington's standard scare tactics that it has used as a form of intimidation and psychological warfare against Iran, Syria, and the Resistance Bloc, all while the mainstream media networks controlled by Arab clients of the US are focusing on the deployment of Russian naval vessels to Syria, which can be seen as a counter-move to NATO.
In a counter-move, Mr Fukuda's ruling coalition immediately submitted a confidence motion in the lower house, where his Liberal Democratic Party has a powerful two-thirds majority.
However, a counter-move from the Jordan side, saw Abdulhadi Al Hariri tapping in a neat cross to bring the equaliser.
The only major improvement to the fighting controls is the tweaked counter-move method.