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veerverb [I + adv/prep]

uk   /vɪər/  us   /vɪr/
to change direction: All of a sudden, the car veered off the road. Moments before crashing, the jet was seen veering sharply to the right. Three men were feared dead last night after a helicopter veered off course into an oil platform. Our talk soon veered onto the subject of money.
Translations of “veer”
in Arabic تَغيير الاتَجاه فَجأة…
in Korean 방향을 갑자기 바꾸다…
in Malaysian berubah arah…
in French virer…
in Italian sbandare, svoltare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 改變方向, 轉向…
in Vietnamese thay đổi hướng đi…
in Spanish virar…
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 Indonesian membelok, membanting stir…
in Chinese (Simplified) 改变方向, 转向…
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