Last modified on 14 November 2014, at 19:46

manøver

See also: Manöver and manöver

Norwegian BokmålEdit

EtymologyEdit

From French manœuvre, from Old French maneuvre, from Latin manuopera, derived from manu (ablative of manus,"hand") and opera (plural of opus, "work"). Compare with manoeuvre, manual, operation and operate in English.

NounEdit

manøver m (definite singular manøveren, indefinite plural manøvere or manøvre or manøvrer, definite plural manøverne or manøvrene)

  1. a manoeuvre, or maneuver (US)
    Flyet måtte gjøre en farlig manøver for å unngå kollisjon.
    The plane had to make a risky manoeuvre to avoid colliding.
  2. A move, manoeuvre, maneuver (US)
    En taktisk manøver
    A tactical move / manoeuvre

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Norwegian NynorskEdit

EtymologyEdit

From French manœuvre, from Old French maneuvre, from Latin manuopera, derived from manu (ablative of manus,"hand") and opera (plural of opus, "work"). Compare with manoeuvre, manual, operation and operate in English.

NounEdit

manøver m (definite singular manøveren, indefinite plural manøverar, definite plural manøverane)

  1. a move, manoeuvre, or maneuver (US)

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