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Or perhaps a gentle swerve to the right? The Sun (2011)The bus suddenly swerved and there was panic. The Sun (2016)Staff called cops who spotted his swerving car. The Sun (2015)He swerved past both and scored with a flashing low drive. Times, Sunday Times (2010)His sudden swerve into dance music may be the final straw for some. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Two other cars collided with each other as they swerved to avoid the animal. Times, Sunday Times (2007)How many times do you see an experienced horse swerve suddenly like that? FRANKIE: The Autobiography of Frankie Dettori (2004)One car had to swerve away from her. The Sun (2016)On his way back home a lorry swerved into his car and he was killed instantly. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The car swerved and turned over. The Sun (2006)But he always swerved away from the big jobs, preferring his carefully balanced portfolio approach. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Riders race towards each other at speed, swerving out the way at the last minute. The Sun (2006)He could have added to his tally soon afterwards, but his volley swerved past the upright. Times, Sunday Times (2010)She knows we won't suddenly swerve in a new direction just because fashion says we should. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The shot swerved away from Boruc but the keeper followed it with his dive and did well to palm it away. The Sun (2013)The Spaniard moved to his right before swerving an unstoppable effort past Fabianski. The Sun (2013)I suspect they might change their minds if they had to make a sudden swerve on the motorway at 70mph. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Perhaps it is the influence of T20 cricket but few these days seem to have the patience to resist wafting at deliveries swerving away from them. The Sun (2013)He observed as she swerved right, toward the center of the pack, then he followed with more caution and less speed. SOMEDAY MY PRINCE (1999)Before reaching the main square, the vehicle swerved left and entered a narrow side street filled with people, most of them in uniform. Somewhere East of Life (1994)
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Übersetzungen für swerve
Britisches Englisch: swerve /swɜːv/ VERB
If a vehicle or other moving thing swerves, it suddenly changes direction, often in order to avoid hitting something.
Drivers coming in the opposite direction swerved to avoid the crashed car.
Her car swerved off the road.
- Amerikanisches Englisch: swerve
- Arabisch: يَنْحَرِفُ
- Brasilianisches Portugiesisch: desviar
- Chinesisch: 突然转向
- Kroatisch: krivudati
- Tschechisch: uhnout prudce
- Dänisch: svinge
- Niederländisch: uitwijken
- Europäisches Spanisch: virar bruscamente
- Finnisch: kaartaa
- Französisch: faire une embardée
- Deutsch: ausweichen
- Griechisch: λοξοδρομώ
- Italienisch: sbandare
- Japanisch: 急にそれる
- Koreanisch: 빗나가다
- Norwegisch: skrense
- Polnisch: zboczyć
- Europäisches Portugiesisch: desviar
- Rumänisch: a vira
- Russisch: отклоняться
- Spanisch: virar bruscamente
- Schwedisch: svänga åt sidan
- Thai: หักเลี้ยว
- Türkisch: direksiyonu kırmak
- Ukrainisch: звертати вбік
- Vietnamesisch: đi chệch
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