Definitions for "Maneuver"
Management; dexterous movement; specif., a military or naval evolution, movement, or change of position.
To perform a movement or movements in military or naval tactics; to make changes in position with the intention of getting an advantage in attack or defense.
To make changes in one's approach to solving a problem, so as to achieve maximum advantage in a changing situation; -- used especially in competitive situations, as in politics, diplomacy, or sports.
A series of quiet moves that aim to favorably reposition one’s pieces.
A quiet redeployment of pieces to a hopefully better position.
an action aimed at evading an opponent
Maneuvers set the range of a combat. Both players may successively cancel maneuvers until one player relents.
A single wrestling hold, takedown, blow, slam, suplex, or other such move. Maneuvers are the building blocks of RingMaster combat.
a plan for attaining a particular goal
act in order to achieve a certain goal; "He maneuvered to get the chairmanship"; "She maneuvered herself into the directorship"
Management with address or artful design; adroit proceeding; stratagem.
To manage with address or art; to scheme.
Man, the price you pay for borrowing from French is high. This one goes back to French main + oeuvre "hand-work," a spelling better retained in the British spelling, "manoeuvre."
More commonly, a formation, where the jumpers connect in any combination of grips to produce a geometric pattern.
direct the course; determine the direction of travelling
a set of chained actions resulting in a desired direction and vector