veered, past participle; veered, past tense; veers, 3rd person singular present; veering, present participle;
Slacken or let out (a rope or cable) in a controlled way
A sudden change of direction
swerve: turn sharply; change direction abruptly; "The car cut to the left at the intersection"; "The motorbike veered to the right"
shift to a clockwise direction; "the wind veered"
(veering) swerve: the act of turning aside suddenly
The Veer is an option running play often associated with option offenses in American football, made famous at the collegiate level. ...
Veer (वीर) is a 2010 Hindi film directed by Anil Sharma, and starring Salman Khan, Mithun Chakraborty, Sohail Khan, Jackie Shroff and Zarine Khan. The film, written by Salman Khan, is an epic film, set during the 1825 Pindari movement of Rajasthan, when India was ruled by the British.
(Veers) This is an incomplete list of prominent characters from the Star Wars franchise, sorted by last name.
turning; to change direction or course suddenly; to swerve; to change direction in a clockwise direction if in the Northern Hemisphere, or in a counterclockwise direction if in the Southern Hemisphere ^; to shift aft ^; to change direction into the wind; to wear ship; to turn
(Veering (of winds)) When a wind blows round clockwise; opposite of backing
(Veering) Changing direction, used in referring to the wind and also to the course of a vessel.
(Veering) To turn aside from a course, direction, or purpose; swerve. (Veer).
When a boat moves its stern to the wind and changes its original direction.
A quick running play whereby the back cuts, or veers, away from the pursuing defenders.
(1) to alter course sharply; (2) (of wind) to change in a clockwise direction; (a cable) to let a cable out in a controlled manner.
meaning to stay in a particular lane as the road splits
Wind is said to veer when it shifts with the hands of a watch, and to "back" when it shifts against the hands of a watch (It is the reverse way in the Southern Hemisphere). Also to pay or ease out cable.
a type of option offense using 2 backs in the backfield, one behind each guard or tackle (referred to as split backs), allowing a triple option play (give to either back or quarterback keep).