Translation of swerve in Spanish:
- 1.1 (change direction)(vehicle/driver/horse)virar bruscamentedar un viraje brusco(ball)she swerved to avoid the dogir con efectohe swerved in and out of the trafficviró bruscamente para no atropellar al perrozigzagueó por entre el tráficoExample sentences1.2 (deviate) [literary]
I shall not swerve from my purpose [literary]desviarseno me desviaré de mi propósitono cejaré en mi propósito [literary]
- A few cars swerved and squeezed by us, but finally someone had to stop and give us way.
- He said his wife had tried to get help by stopping passing cars but one had swerved around her.
- It should be widened and sidewalks introduced - a truck swerving to avoid a pedestrian was the cause of one of last week's crashes there.
- 1.1 countable (movement — of vehicle)1.2 uncountable (of ball)viraje (masculine) bruscoExample sentences
- The tall and rather narrow little car could not cope with sudden swerves.
- Being world class is not just holding glittering events but roads on which traffic can move at an average and safe speed of at least 40 kmph. without frequent swerves and stops to avoid potholes.
- When garbage contains hard objects, it can contribute more directly to accidents by causing damage to vehicles, punctures or dangerous swerves.
- I remember Steve Davis explaining how Higgins used body action to put swerve on a ball.
- He has accuracy and the ability to make the ball dip and swerve or whatever is needed.
- But no one was calling for a penalty when Pryce came out of nowhere to collect the ball, swerve round the last man and dive over between the sticks.
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