Verb(1) defeat by more skillful maneuvering
(1) The aircraft was specifically designed to outmanoeuvre enemy aircraft and, while slower than its main opponent, the Albatros, it could easily turn inside that aircraft at a much quicker turn rate.(2) It gave Allied pilots a major tactical advantage as they were able to tolerate greater G-forces to outmanoeuvre their opponents.(3) the YF-22 can outmanoeuvre any fighter flying today(4) he hoped he would be able to outmanoeuvre his critics(5) They were outmanoeuvred for 70 minutes by a decent Dunfermline side, but a late burst of urgency brought them a consolation goal and made the last few minutes tense for the winners.(6) It is largely irrelevant to humanitarian relief and peacekeeping operations because rapid movement usually is not important in the sense of outmaneuvering an enemy.(7) The flight of two Harriers outmaneuvered the Mirages and quickly downed two of the fighters with Sidewinder missiles.(8) But much to the Americans' surprise, the Eurofighter shook them off, outmanoeuvred them and moved into shooting positions on their tails.(9) The Navy specified they wanted a fighter that could greatly outclimb and outmaneuver the Hellcat while being capable of operation from the smallest of aircraft carriers.(10) He can't get by on skill and athletic ability and must outmuscle opponents instead of outmaneuvering them.(11) In their opening and closing games England's lumbering back four were hopelessly outmanoeuvred by bursts of fast, mobile, unpredictable attacks, like tankers anchored as speedboats darted around them.(12) Frightened but quick-witted, the shapely skin diver outmanoeuvres the silent predator and stays low among the coral and such, where the shark can't get her.(13) A boxing match is like a chess game, with fighters trying to outwit and outmaneuver their opponent to deliver the knockout blow.(14) Speed gives a great deal of versatility to a unit, allowing the player to respond quickly, choose when and where they want to fight, and generally outmaneuver an opponent.(15) She still had enough speed and agility to outmaneuver the more powerful attacks directed at her.
(1) outmanoeuvre :: uitoorlê
1. outsmart ::
2. outmaneuver ::
Different Formsoutmanoeuvre, outmanoeuvred, outmanoeuvres, outmanoeuvring
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