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Sudden ChangePlay
Use 'veer' to emphasize a quick or unexpected directional change. SlideThe cyclist veered to avoid the pedestrian.
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Physical MovementPlay
'Veer' often describes physical movement, like turning or shifting position suddenly. SlideThe bird veered towards the window, then flew away.
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Unexpected EventsPlay
Use 'veer' when something happens that causes a sudden change in direction. SlideThe discussion veered into an unexpected topic.