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/,autmə'nu:və/ (outmanoeuvre) /,autmə'nu:və/
Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- verb: To
surpass, or get an advantage of, in manoeuvring; to outgeneral.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
- As England become increasingly excluded from the table, it seems reasonable to conclude that we will soon struggle to gain even a handle on our foes, let alone outmanoeuvre them.
- We all want to believe that doing the right thing leads to resolution, but the complicated machinations of the human brain far outmanoeuvre our efforts to achieve a semblance of control over our psyche.
- So instinct suggests that Henry could outmanoeuvre Jack Warner were he minded to apply three of his braincells to the task.
- What bold and effective initiative did Bill Clinton outmanoeuvre Gingrich on?
- Rumours have frequently circulated in Tory circles that Clegg, in highly pressurised coalition talks after the election, managed to outmanoeuvre the Tory party leader by intimating he had been offered more by Labour in parallel post-election talks than was actually the case.