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(tr) to secure a strategic advantage over by skilful manoeuvre
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Past participle: outmanoeuvred
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|Verb||1.||outmanoeuvre - defeat by more skillful maneuvering; "The English troops outmaneuvered the Germans"; "My new supervisor knows how to outmaneuver the boss in most situations"|
outgeneral - surpass in generalship
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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.
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outmanoeuvreoutmaneuver (US) [ˌaʊtməˈnuːvəʳ] VT (Mil) [+ enemy] → superar tácticamente (fig) [+ opposition, competition] → superar a
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outmanoeuvreoutmaneuver (Am) [ˌaʊtməˈnuːvəʳ] vt (Mil) → superare strategicamente (fig) (rival, opposition) → surclassare
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