maneuver englannista suomeksi
toimia ovelasti, keplotella, taktikoida
''The army was on maneuvers.''
''Joint NATO maneuvers are as much an exercise in diplomacy as in tactics and logistics.''
*1782, (w), ''Cecilia'', III.v.7:
- “This,” cried he, “is a ''manœuvre'' I have been some time expecting: but Mr. Harrel, though artful and selfish, is by no means deep.”
A specific medical or surgical movement, often eponymous, done with the doctor's hands or surgical instruments. (defdate)
''The otorhinolaryngologist performed an Epley maneuver and the patient was relieved of his vertigo.''
''Parallel parking can be a difficult maneuver.''
To move (something, or oneself) carefully, and often with difficulty, into a certain position.
''The patriarch maneuvered till his offspring occupied countless key posts''