manoeuvrable


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Adj.1.manoeuvrable - capable of maneuvering or changing positionmanoeuvrable - capable of maneuvering or changing position; "a highly maneuverable ship"
mobile - moving or capable of moving readily (especially from place to place); "a mobile missile system"; "the tongue is...the most mobile articulator"
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manoeuvrable

maneuverable (US) [məˈnuːvrəbl] ADJmanejable
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manoeuvrable

[məˈnuːvərəbəl] maneuverable (US) adjfacile à manœuvrer
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manoeuvrable

, (US) maneuverable
adjmanövrierfähig, wendig; easily manoeuvrableleicht zu manövrieren
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manoeuvrable

maneuverable (Am) [məˈnuːvrəbl] adj (gen) → facile da manovrare; (car) → maneggevole; (ship, plane) → manovriero/a
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Tanks were manoeuvrable but vulnerable, warplanes were fast but lightly equipped.
The highly manoeuvrable DSC102ZJ will perform stable cutting even on the floor.
"Tens of thousands of Londoners and tourists enjoy using the bikes to get around our city every single day, so by making them more comfortable and manoeuvrable, we're hoping they'll be even more popular.
While Barmouth and Pwllelli in Gwynedd will receive new all-weather boats, New Quay's boat will be replaced by a faster, more manoeuvrable model that cannot be launched in extreme gale conditions.
Pwllheli and Barmouth stations, in Gwynedd, are in line for the charity's "most agile and manoeuvrable" Shannon class all-weather lifeboat at a total cost of PS4.4m.
With the engine in the back, it is astonishingly manoeuvrable and delivers excellent fuel economy from either a 1.0-litre or a 0.9-litre turbo powerplant.
Smith was distracted by Spidercam, a manoeuvrable camera suspended above the pitch by wires, when he dropped India's Lokesh Rahul during the fourth Test at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
You get a manoeuvrable camera that can clip on a cot and a monitor housing dual mics, a good speaker, temperature and humidity sensors, as well as a custom colour nightlight.
The small, light and manoeuvrable camera, christened Cyclops, was created by Teesside firm Visual Security Systems.
It expected that these new reach trucks will be compact and exceptionally manoeuvrable. These days space is at a premium, so firms want to be able to configure their warehousing as tightly as possible, for them a highly manoeuvrable reach truck is essential.
For a big car the CR-V is surprisingly manoeuvrable in the urban jungle while showing off its true colours on long-haul journeys as passengers are cosseted and the driver is asked for the minimum of effort thanks to cruise control, a slick six-speed gearbox and a willing 2.0-litre i-VTEC engine that offers power on tap.