manoeuvrability manoeuvrability


  • (n) the quality of being maneuverable


  1. "This machine will be superior to our main competitor, the F-22, in terms of manoeuvrability, weaponry and range," Putin said after the flight.
    on Jun 19, 2010 By: Vladimir Putin Source: domain-B

  2. However, Harford told the Luton News: "Dean's loan is up on the 31st of this month and we believe he will be coming back. Sam's is up at the weekend and we believe he will also be returning to the football club. We are looking for a manoeuvrability...
    on Jan 10, 2009 By: Mick Harford Source: 4TheGame

  3. "I'd like to see more spin added to the golf ball, so misses would be more pronounced and good shots more rewarded," says Woods. "Anytime you bring manoeuvrability back into the game of golf, it's going to favour the better players who...
    on Dec 31, 2005 By: Tiger Wood Source: Channel News Asia

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