Definition of 'strategic'
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Mikel overheard Monthay discussing the strategic merits of the Warlord's decision with another sergeant. TREASON KEEP (2001)Fred unfolded a nest of side tables and set them around at strategic points. SOMETHING IN THE WATER (2001)
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Translations for 'strategic'
British English: strategic /strəˈtiːdʒɪk/ ADJECTIVE
Strategic means relating to the most important, general aspects of something such as a military operation or political policy.
...a strategic plan for reducing crime.
- American English: strategic
- Arabic: إِسْتِراتِيجيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: estratégico
- Chinese: 战略的
- Croatian: strateški
- Czech: strategický
- Danish: strategisk
- Dutch: strategisch
- European Spanish: estratégico
- Finnish: strateginen
- French: stratégique
- German: strategisch
- Greek: στρατηγικός
- Italian: strategico
- Japanese: 戦略的な
- Korean: 전략적인
- Norwegian: strategisk
- Polish: strategiczny
- European Portuguese: estratégico
- Romanian: strategic
- Russian: стратегический
- Spanish: estratégico
- Swedish: strategisk
- Thai: เกี่ยวกับยุทธวิธีหรือกลยุทธ์
- Turkish: stratejik
- Ukrainian: стратегічний
- Vietnamese: chiến lược
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