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outmanoeuvreverb [T]

UK US outmaneuver uk   /ˌaʊtməˈnuːvər/ us  
to get an advantage over other people or companies, often by doing something that is clever or slightly dishonest: By forming an alliance the two firms succeeded in outmaneuvering the market leader.be outmanoeuvred by sb/sth A lack of local autonomy has led to the company being outmanoeuvred by rivals in markets such as Italy and Japan.
(Definition of outmanoeuvre from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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