maneuver 

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单词释义
n.演习,调动,谨慎而熟练的动作,巧计,花招
v.演习,(使某物)移动,熟练而巧妙地引导
词根词缀记忆/谐音联想记忆 补充/纠错
词根man表“手”,如manual(手册);词根 …………
其他怎么记补充/纠错
联想记忆人(man)再也(never)不用(use)人力,man never 中间插入u,从手工的(manual)变 …………
词性拓展记忆 / 词形拓展记忆
原形:maneuver第三人称单数:maneuvers复数:maneuvers过去式:maneuvered过去分词:maneuvered现在分词:maneuvering
词根记忆 / 词缀记忆
maneuver n 运用,操纵(man+enver劳动=用手劳动=操纵)
man, maun= hand,表示”手”
manage v 办理,管理(man+age=用手做=引申为管理)
manacle n 手铐,束缚(man+acle东西=手上的东西 …………
单词例句
We tired out the enemy by skillful maneuver.
我们施巧计拖垮了敌人。
Eric maneuvered his car into the garage.
埃里克把车停进车库。
Crice must have considered the patrol as an effective maneuver.
克里斯思想上一定还以为派兵侦察是条妙计。
The pilot executed a perfect maneuver to avoid the mid-air collision.
飞行员执行了一个完美的操作来避开空中相撞。
She maneuvered her car out of the tight parking spot with ease.
她轻松地把车从狭小的停车位倒出来。
The chess player skillfully maneuvered his pieces to block the opponent's king.
棋手巧妙地移动棋子以封锁对手的国王。
The ship navigated through the stormy waters with great maneuverability.
船在狂风巨浪中航行,具有很高的机动性。
The dancer's agile maneuvers on stage left the audience mesmerized.
舞者在舞台上的灵活动作让观众着迷。
He executed a tricky maneuver in the video game, earning him extra points.
他在电子游戏中完成了一个棘手的操作,获得了额外分数。
The military aircraft performed high-speed maneuvers during the air show.
军用飞机在飞行表演中进行了高速机动。
She maneuvered around the obstacles on the hiking trail with precision.
她在徒步小径上精确地绕过障碍物。
The robot was programmed to maneuver through narrow spaces without collision.
机器人被编程能够在狭窄空间中不碰撞地移动。
In the game, he managed to maneuver his character out of danger just in time.
在游戏中,他及时操纵角色脱离了险境。
However, despite the positive development in both China and the global market, companies like Havas still need to maneuver amid changes brought by AI to the industry.
然而,尽管在中国和全球市场都取得了积极的发展,但像哈弗这样的公司仍然需要在人工智能给行业带来的变化中进行调整。
For long-haul trips, the system requires one manual intervention per 200 kilometers, and on urban roads, it can maneuver itself through fast traffic just like seasoned drivers, Yu said.
余说,对于长途旅行,该系统每200公里需要一次手动干预,在城市道路上,它可以像经验丰富的司机一样在快速交通中机动。
How do you see the room in fiscal and monetary policies to counter the challenges and aim to maneuver towards steady growth?
你如何看待财政和货币政策应对挑战和实现稳定增长的空间?
Wang Jinfu, deputy chief designer of DHHI, said the company was the first in the world to master such a maneuver.
They can plan missions and routes, load and unload and maneuver autonomously.
The NDRC said that the long-term positive fundamentals of the country's economy have not changed and will not change, as the nation's economy is highly resilient, has sufficient potential, and also has wide room for maneuver.
On the monetary front, China's inflation rate remains low, and its central bank still has ample policy space to maneuver to support its economic growth, she said.
For the full year of 2023, China will target an inflation rate of around 3 percent, which will ensure consistency in policies and goals, stabilize market expectations and give itself room to maneuver, according to the Government Work Report delivered at the two sessions on Sunday.
Fu Linghui, spokesman for the NBS, said at a news conference on Friday in Beijing that the improvement in key indicators shows that China's economy has strong resilience, ample potential and wide room for maneuver.
Yang Tao, deputy director-general of the comprehensive affairs department of the Ministry of Commerce, reiterated that the fundamentals of China's economy-strong resilience, ample potential, wide room for maneuver and long-term improvement-will not change.
Yang Tao, deputy director of the comprehensive affairs department of the Ministry of Commerce, stressed that the fundamentals of China's economy in terms of its strong resilience, ample potential, wide room for maneuver and long-term improvement will not change.
If pressure from inflation accumulates faster than expected, less room will be left to maneuver the monetary policy, thus dragging down growth.
But an equally obvious fact is that the fundamentals of the Chinese economy remain unchanged, including its enormous potential, strong resilience, and vast room for maneuver.
Fu told a news conference in Beijing on Friday that China's economy still enjoys strong resilience, ample potential and large room for maneuver, and the economy will likely recover gradually and maintain stable growth as stimulus policies take effect.
Despite the challenges, the country's employment has remained stable and the price rise has been kept within a moderate range, leaving more room for authorities to maneuver macro policies, according to the report.
Given China's various industrial categories, its complete support system and strong resilience, Xu said it has ample room for maneuver, and the long-term prospects of its fundamentals and the steady trend of its recovery remain unchanged.
"Sheng said the fundamentals sustaining China's steady and long-term economic growth remain unchanged, and China's economy continues to be characterized by ample potential, strong resilience and large room for maneuver.
Even though the COVID-19 pandemic has posed challenges to the global economy, particularly to industrial and supply chains, the Chinese economy's fundamentals remain unchanged, thanks to its strong resilience, great potential, broad room for maneuver and sound long-term growth prospects, said Shu Jueting, a spokeswoman for the ministry.
He said China's economy enjoys great resilience, enormous potential, and large space for maneuver.
According to him, China's monetary policy still has certain room for maneuver compared with some advanced economies, and it also has room for ramping up fiscal policy support for the economy.
However, as many advanced economies are bouncing back from COVID-19 and has showed strong momentum, the report warns that room for China's macro policy maneuver might be more limited.
Still, China has a high-quality supply in terms of its workforce, capital, technology and other production factors, and it has a complete industrial system and the world's most developed infrastructure network, as well as broad development space and room for maneuver in both urban and rural areas, the expert said.
With the economy gradually restoring strength, China will make more efforts to stimulate the vitality of market entities via reforms and innovation, which will also provide more space for policymakers to maneuver in the face of a more complicated situation in the future, Yan said.
With the economy gradually restoring strength, more efforts are needed to stimulate the vitality of market entities via reforms and innovation, which will also provide more space for policymakers to maneuver in the face of a more complicated situation in the future, Yan added.
"China still has some room to maneuver its policy and foster next year's economic development," Ying added.
The super large-scale domestic market provides foreign trade companies, especially private companies, with plenty of room for maneuver.
Ample room remains to maneuver the market into virtuous cycle, experts sayChina's real estate sector is expected to be further stabilized in the coming months thanks to supportive policy measures, which will also help to shore up overall economic expansion, experts said on Monday.
Chen Guohai, the captain of the ship, said he has been sailing ships for more than 20 years but this was his first time to maneuver an electric ship.
The ministry will take more steps to maneuver through both supply chain and industrial chain bottlenecks, such as the supply of staple commodities, as well as key parts and components, Xiao said.
Despite slower economic growth, the central authorities reaffirmed that property speculation will be strictly controlled, leaving little room to maneuver for local policies to make any adjustment in this regard, said Yan Yuejin, research director at the EHouse China R&D Institute.
A visitor engages in a captivating match against SenseTime's chess-playing artificial intelligence robot, which adeptly utilizes its mechanical arm to maneuver chess pieces during gameplay.
For long-haul trips, the system requires one manual intervention per 200 kilometers; and in urban scenarios, it can maneuver itself into or out of fast traffic scenarios like "seasoned drivers", Yu said.
For long-haul trips, the system requires one manual intervention per 200 kilometers and in urban scenarios, it can maneuver into or out of fast-traffic scenarios like "seasoned drivers", he added.
Among other things, the model can maneuver itself on expressways and downtown roads, almost as human drivers do, said Yu Chengdong, head of Huawei's smart car business unit.
Among other things, the model can maneuver itself on expressways and downtown roads, almost as human drivers do, said Yu.
Three senior Chinese executives including Li Hongpeng, who had a pretty successful career at international carmakers, joined Kia and Hyundai in 2019 and 2020, but they left one after another because they did not have enough authority to help maneuver the companies' business in China, said analysts.
Zhang Ning, vice-president of the startup, said, "Our autonomous vehicles can maneuver themselves better than most Didi drivers.
Baidu's robotaxis can maneuver themselves better than ordinary taxi drivers on busy urban streets, said a company executive.
"To be frank, our autonomous vehicles can maneuver themselves better than most Didi drivers," Zhang said.
"To be frank, our autonomous vehicles can maneuver themselves better than most Didi drivers," said Zhang.
The selling points are obvious: they are easier to park and maneuver for new drivers; the driving range, though short compared with others, it is more than enough for them to commute; they can be charged at home; they are cute and affordable.
"In fact they are still in talks, so the memorandum might also serve as a maneuver by Ford, like: 'If you do not work with me, I can readily find another partner.
He said the country still has "sufficient policy space" to maneuver its monetary policy, and the central bank will enhance counter-cyclical and cross-cyclical adjustments to create a favorable monetary and financial environment for the economy.
The authorities should leave ample space in advance to effectively maneuver fiscal policy as and when needed.
Han said at the Economic Summit of the China Development Forum 2023 on Saturday that the country's monetary policy has relatively large room to maneuver as inflation remains mild.
Though higher-than-expected US inflation data indicates that the US Federal Reserve is poised to further raise interest rates, China's mild domestic inflation and the growing appeal of renminbi-denominated assets will give it ample room to maneuver toward a solid rebound, they said.
"Mild inflation has provided bigger space for monetary policy to maneuver," Lou said.
China's economy has a strong resilience, adequate potential, and broad space for maneuver.
China's central bank may have more room to maneuver toward stable economic growth in the second half of the year as the United States is expected to slow down the pace of its monetary tightening, industry experts said on Thursday.
One possible way is to maneuver the medium-term lending facility to lead a cut in the LPR.
To free up more room to maneuver domestic monetary policy, the yuan might be allowed to have higher flexibility.
Despite a complex external economic environment amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Wang said China's economy has seen a gradual restoration back to normal, and has resilience, potential and room to maneuver, providing solid foundations for the stability of forex reserves.
Dousing speculation about an quantitative easing (QE) policy to aid the economy, the report said there is still ample room to maneuver the monetary policy, and it is unnecessary for the central bank to massively buy assets such as treasury bonds and conduct the so-called QE policy.
There is no need to buy significant numbers of treasury bonds from the market nor is it necessary to implement quantitative easing, considering that China's monetary policy allows for maneuver, said China's central bank late Thursday in its latest monetary report .
Monetary policy, he said, places more emphasis on maintaining stable macro environment under the circumstances and, above all, it will have limited room for maneuver to address potential economic downside risks.
"On the other hand, there are ample opportunities for local authorities to maneuver to prevent risks," he said, adding that, "banks with high risks will face high thresholds.
考试真题例句(机器翻译仅供参考)

六级Nonetheless, the developers of the Chinatown garage are confident with the technology and are counting on it to squeeze 67 cars in an apartment-building basement that would otherwise fit only 24, accomplished by removing a maneuver space normally required.

尽管如此,唐人街车库的开发商对这项技术充满信心,并指望它能将67辆汽车挤进公寓楼的地下室,否则只能容纳24辆汽车,而这是通过拆除通常需要的机动空间来实现的。

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