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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BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-February 5, 2019--Philippine central bank has room to manoeuvre rates as inflation cools
Global Banking News-February 5, 2019--Philippine central bank has room to manoeuvre rates as inflation cools
Mrs May is trying to get the best deal for the UK but, like the rest of the remainers, Ms Jamieson wants the PM and her team to put all their cards on the table, which would leave us no room to manoeuvre.
I felt shrink wrapped with no room to manoeuvre and at my age you need room to manoeuvre.
JUNIOR finance minister Brian Hayes has hinted he doesn't believe the Government has much room to manoeuvre on making [euro]3.1billion cuts.
The Blues boss (left) has room to manoeuvre in the market without having to sell any of his top players, but is reluctant to spend fS or the sake of it.
4&5 Get the look Colin and Justin have room to manoeuvre as they knock down a wall to create a single,stylish bedroom.
Sending Nicklas Bendtner back to Arsenal will give O'Neill room to manoeuvre on the wage bill, but he shouldn't make the mistake of welcoming back prodigal son Asamoah Gyan.
"While we will be looking at means to cut other costs, we have very little room to manoeuvre and, consequently, there will have to be some changes regarding
He said yesterday it would be difficult to protect frontline services from spending cuts because the Assembly Government has already reduced costs and has little room to manoeuvre.
When I visited the farm, the housing for many of the animals was inadequate and inappropriate, either with little to no stimulus or not enough room to manoeuvre. Many animals were unable to exhibit their natural behaviour due to inappropriate housing.
We had to deal with a large, frightened animal with virtually no room to manoeuvre. However teamwork and courage won the day."
The Newcastle boss has little room to manoeuvre in the transfer market either after revealing the full extent of owner Mike Ashley's losses - pounds 2 billion - during the current financial turmoil.
Opponents of the motion called it "unrealistic," while others stated that dioceses have already drawn up their budgets and "have no room to manoeuvre."
If attendances continue to rise above 13,000, manager Dave Jones may have more room to manoeuvre when the January transfer window opens.