outmanoeuvre


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outmanoeuvre

(ˌaʊtməˈnuːvə) or

outmaneuver

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

outmanoeuvre

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

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

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