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).

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Noun[edit]

manobra f (plural manobras)

  1. maneuver, manoeuvre, manœuvre, manoeuver