manobra

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Etymology[edit]

From French manœuvre, from Middle French manœuvre (manipulation, maneuver) and manœuvrer (to maneuver), from Old French manovre (handwork, manual labour), from Medieval Latin manopera, manuopera (work done by hand, handwork), from Latin manu (by hand) + operari (to work).

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

manobra f (plural manobras)

  1. maneuver, manoeuvre, manœuvre, manoeuver