manoeuvrable : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s capable of maneuvering or changing position
- Lynne Russell in Globe and Mail
You need your independence in this life and, to me, a car that's really manoeuvrable - that's independence. It has only two seats so you can only take the people you want to be with. The top goes down and it changes the same way you do,says...
- Ben Ainslie in Telegraph.co.uk
Idec should be quicker but he will have to deal with all the boat handling issues and the Extreme 40s are much more manoeuvrable and can get further in shore. It makes it interesting. Should be a good fight,Ainslie said. "Russell is a huge...
- Gerhard Schroeder in Bloomberg
The commission, the EU's executive arm, "must remain politically manoeuvrable," Schroeder said today.