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Spanish translation of “logistics”

logistics

noun plural /ləˈdʒistiks/
the practical arrangements which are needed in order to carry out a plan successfully, especially one involving a lot of people or equipment
logística
the logistics of organizing a music festival.
the commercial activity of transporting goods
logística
(also adjective) a logistics company.
the activity of moving soldiers and their equipment
logística
military logistics.
logistic adjective (also logistical)
logístico
logistical problems.
logistically adverb
logísticamente
Logistically, moving house can be a complex matter.
(Definition of logistics from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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