manoeuvrability

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Etymology[edit]

From manoeuvrable +‎ -ity

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manoeuvrability (countable and uncountable, plural manoeuvrabilities)

  1. (British, standard spelling) The quality of being manoeuvrable.
    Articulated buses were invented to improve the manoeuvrability of long buses capable of carrying a large number of passengers.
  2. (from manoeuvre + ability) The ability to perform a strategic plan or manoeuvre.

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