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English definition of “manoeuvrable”


adjective UK (US maneuverable)     /məˈnuː.vrə.bl̩/
easy to move and direct: The new missile is faster and more manoeuvrable than previous models.Placing and positioning an objectDriving and operating road vehicles manoeuvrability uk (US maneuverability)     /məˌnuː.vrəˈbɪl.ɪ.ti/ US  /-ə.t̬i/ noun [U] Power-assisted steering improves a car's manoeuvrability.Placing and positioning an objectDriving and operating road vehicles
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