room for/to maneuver

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room for/to maneuver

The space and ability to make changes to something. Hurry up! We don't have much room to maneuver in our schedule!
See also: maneuver, room

freedom of/room for maˈnoeuvre

the chance to change the way that something happens and influence decisions that are made: Small businesses have limited room for manoeuvre.
See also: freedom, manoeuvre, of, room
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A unilateral restriction on European arms exports by Germany not only hurts domestic industry, but also reduces the room for maneuver of a strategic European security and defense policy.
With the government's fiscal room for maneuver limited, the BSP is aiming to play its part to boost demand," she said.
The global economy may be on a path to recovery, but there is not a great deal of room for maneuver and no room for policy mistakes,"Christine Lagarde told an economic forum in Beijing.
They said the policy board also appears to have discussed the need to change the target instrument for its monetary policy operations from the overnight call rate to a one-week or three-month vehicle, since there is no room for maneuver in the call rate that has effectively been at zero.
The situation is markedly different from past crises, the officials said, with Saddam having no further room for maneuver in the Security Council.
Drawing on extensive research in manuscript and printed sources and intelligent exploitation of modern works on Jewish social and economic life, theology, and folklore, Davis vividly and movingly represents both the constraints and the considerable room for maneuver in this seventeenth-century woman's life.
There is still room for maneuver in the United States, and the crisis here may be somewhat longer delayed.
It doesn't exclude to raise up to 500 million euros in equity to rebuild room for maneuver and participate to a possible further movement of consolidation.
officials that this has given the Iraqis a great deal more room for maneuver than the rules permit.
Not everyone will be comfortable with what appears to be an airtight reading, leaving little or no room for maneuver.
Further substantial multilateral support, in addition to a lower IMF-agreed floor on net international reserves, could provide the authorities with some room for maneuver.