Veer

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British pronunciation/vˈi‍ə/
American pronunciation/ˈvɪɹ/
to veer
01

to abruptly turn to a different direction

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to veer definition and meaning
02

(of wind) to shift or change direction clockwise

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The raft veered suddenly as it navigated through the rapids.
The hiker had to veer off the trail when they encountered a fallen tree blocking their path.
The driver had to veer sharply to the right to avoid colliding with the stalled car.
To avoid a pedestrian stepping into the bike lane, the cyclist had to veer to the left.
Realizing another skier was on a collision course, she had to veer to the side to avoid an accident on the slopes.
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