maneuverability maneuverability  /mə ˌnu və rə ˈbɪ lɪ ti/

Definition(s):

  • (n) the quality of being maneuverable

Usage(s):

  1. With its maneuverability, it can stop in midair, hover, veer off sharply in new directions and land on almost any flat surface.
  2. These do not burn so easily and allow for easier maneuverability.
  3. Borrowing the technology of precision ball-bearing polyurethane skateboard wheels, the new skate wheels offer the wearer an extraordinary maneuverability.

News

  • Cheetah's Agility is More Important Than Speed

    We knew the cheetah was the world’s fastest land animal — but now we know it can run circles around the competition. Using a new, high-tech collar that provides an unprecedented amount of data, a team studying wild cheetahs (Acinonyx jubatus) in Botswana found the big cats’ hunting successes were based on maneuverability and behavior rather than simply speed. According to their study, published ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Discover

Quotes

  1. Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin stood beside a T-50 fighter yesterday and said this: "This machine will be superior to our main competitor, the F-22, in terms of maneuverability, weaponry, and range," Music to my ears.
    on Jun 18, 2010 By: Vladimir Putin Source: Military & Aerospace Electronics (blog)

  2. "These animals take the best parts of bats and birds," Chatterjee said. "They had the maneuverability of a bat, but could glide like an albatross. Nothing alive today compares to the performance and agility of these animals. They lived for...
    on Oct 1, 2008 By: Sankar Chatterjee Source: KOSA

  3. "That is kind of the way it has to be with your offensive line, the flexibility, the versatility, the maneuverability," coach Tom Coughlin said.
    on Dec 13, 2006 By: Tom Coughlin Source: SportingNews.com

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