Complete Definition of "strategic"

English

Etymology
From Ancient Greek ÏÏÏαÏηγικÏÏ (strategikos) "of or for a general", also "a treatise on strategy", from ÏÏÏαÏηγÏÏ (strategos) "the leader or commander of an army, a general", from ÏÏÏαÏÏÏ (stratos) "army" + Î¬Î³Ï (ago) "to lead, to conduct".

Pronunciation
:Rhymes: Rhymes:English:-iËdÊɪk|-iËdÊɪk

Adjective
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  1. of or pertaining to strategy

Derived terms
strategically
strategicness
nonstrategic

Translations

Dutch: strategisch
Finnish: strateginen
Greek: ÏÏÏαÏηγικÏÏ (strategikós) m
Italian: strategico
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Japanese: æ¦ç¥ç㪠(ãããããã¦ããª, senryakutekina)
Persian: FAchar|راÙبردÛ
Swedish: strategisk
Telugu: à°µà±à°¯à±à°¹à°¾à°¤à±à°®à° (vyoohaatmaka)

Category:Greek derivations

io:strategic
pl:strategic
ru:strategic
fi:strategic
vi:strategic
zh:strategic

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