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veerverb [I]

us   /vɪər/
to suddenly change direction: The officer saw the car veer off the side of the road.
(Definition of veer from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “veer”
in Korean 방향을 갑자기 바꾸다…
in Arabic تَغيير الاتَجاه فَجأة…
in Malaysian berubah arah…
in French virer…
in Chinese (Traditional) 改變方向, 轉向…
in Italian sbandare, svoltare…
in Spanish virar, desviarse…
in Vietnamese thay đổi hướng đi…
in Portuguese desviar(-se), guinar…
in Thai หันเห…
in German sich drehen…
in Catalan virar, desviar-se…
in Japanese ~が向きを変える…
in Chinese (Simplified) 改变方向, 转向…
in Indonesian membelok, membanting stir…
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