manoeuvrability


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Noun1.manoeuvrability - the quality of being maneuverablemanoeuvrability - the quality of being maneuverable  
mobility - the quality of moving freely
weatherliness - (of a sailing vessel) the quality of being able to sail close to the wind with little drift to the leeward (even in a stiff wind); "the Spanish ships had superior speed and weatherliness"
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manoeuvrability

maneuverability (US) [məˌnuːvrəˈbɪlɪtɪ] Nmaniobrabilidad f

manoeuvrability

, (US) maneuverability

manoeuvrability

[məˌnuːvrəˈbɪlɪtɪ] nmanovrabilità f inv, maneggevolezza
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The wheels are pushed to the corners of the vehicle to maximise interior space and manoeuvrability while keeping the van compact and wieldy.
According to the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the second phase of the exercise was aimed at testing the extreme in-flight manoeuvrability including the end flight manoeuvrability; capable of defeating, by assured penetration, any currently available BMD system in our neighborhood or any other system under procurement / development.
According to the ISPR, the second phase of the exercise was aimed at testing that extreme inflight manoeuvrability, including the end flight manoeuvrability; capable of defeating, by assured penetration, any currently available BMD system in our neighbourhood or any other system under procurement/development.
'The 2nd phase of this exercise was aimed at testing the extreme in-flight manoeuvrability, including the end-flight manoeuvrability; capable of defeating, by assured penetration, any currently available BMD system in our neighbourhood or any other system under procurement/development,' the Inter-Services Public Relations said in a statement.
The customised solution combines a shallow draft and a deep dredging depth with high manoeuvrability. The scope of Wrtsils supply, which comprises two 8-cylinder Wrtsil 32 engines specially tuned for dredging operations, two controllable pitch propeller systems, and two tunnel thrusters, provides the required power and manoeuvrability.
The ASD 2913 is renowned for its manoeuvrability and environmentally efficient performance and boasts 80 tonne bollard pull.
"The machine had to be first for visibility, stability, manoeuvrability, mobility, and serviceability.
It was part of the fourday MARSIM 2015 International Conference on Ship Manoeuvrability and Maritime Simulation, hosted by Newcastle University.
The absence of an engine at the f r o n t m e a n s t h a t f r o n t m e a n s t h a t Renault could fit this car Renault could fit this car with steering that improves with steering that improves manoeuvrability - the front manoeuvrability - the front wheels turn through 45 degrees.
With bending force requirements reduced by 50 percent on a 50mm (2in) inside diameter, the innovative hose allows processors of oily and fatty foods to take advantage of the benefits of a rubber hose while enjoying improved manoeuvrability. This enhances manufacturing performance and most importantly makes the operator's job less difficult and enhances their safety.
The tank will include a slalom course to test manoeuvrability.
Armada has already described this missile when it was first introduced into service around 2007, but it might be useful to wind back on the manoeuvrability of the Hammer (then still only known as the Aasm) to fully appreciate the effectiveness of the latest type against highly mobile vehicles.