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)
Army officers and their troops opposed to Castro were to seize various strategic barracks. MAMBO (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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