outmanoeuvre


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Synonyms for outmanoeuvre

Synonyms for outmanoeuvre

defeat by more skillful maneuvering

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The pirates continue to outmanoeuvre Combined Task Force 151 and EUNAV forces in terms of area of operations and intelligence collection of lucrative prey.
Trying to outmanoeuvre Western military intervention, Gaddafi's government had declared a ceasefire yesterday.
99 BASED on Walt Disney Pictures' animated feature film of the same name, the Gameboy Advance title picks up where the movie left off, putting players in a fast-moving, action packed race across the West as they track down, outmanoeuvre and capture renegade outlaws.
As they try to outmanoeuvre each other to gain information about a lucrative product, they have difficulty maintaining a professional focus amid the sexual tension.
Employing cunning and their womanly wiles, the plucky heroines attempt to outmanoeuvre King Edward IV (Max Irons).
Trying to outmanoeuvre Western military intervention, Gaddafi's government declared a ceasefire on Friday as the rebel uprising faltered against his artillery, tanks and warplanes.
On passing plays, the receiver attempts to avoid, outmanoeuvre, or simply outrun defenders.
As they try to outmanoeuvre one another to gain information about a lucrative product, they have difficulty maintaining a professional focus amid the sexual tension.
Mr Byrne (Lab, Hodge Hill) has accused the firm of underhand tactics in a bid to outmanoeuvre campaigners who have tried to put the brakes on the Tesco scheme since it was first mooted five years ago.
They accused him of destabilising the Government, after he claimed Mr Brown was 'obsessed' and had managed to outmanoeuvre the Prime Minister.
They are always trying to outmanoeuvre their opponents.
AS one of Hollywood's new generation of hard men, Jason Statham, pictured, has put the pedal to the metal on numerous occasions to outmanoeuvre cops and bad guys, including high-octane chases in s
Increasing the amount of purchase from your customers Increasing the regularity of purchase By doing this you can outflank and outmanoeuvre the best in your chosen field.
DWAIN CHAMBERS plans to use his vast experience to outmanoeuvre his younger 100 metres rivals when the three-day UK National Championships and Olympic trials get under way in Birmingham today.
Sometimes when I take him off track somewhere and try to outmanoeuvre him, he'll make a mistake.