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tactic

noun /ˈtæktik/
a method or plan for achieving something
Tactica
The opposition have accused the government of employing delaying tactics.
tactics noun plural the art of arranging troops, warships etc during a battle, in order to win or gain an advantage over one’s opponents
Tacticas
modern military tactics.
tactical adjective of or concerned with tactics or successful planning
Tactica
a tactical advantage.
tactically adverb
Tacticalmente
a tactically astute move.
tactician /-ˈtiʃən/ noun a person who is good at tactics or successful planning
Táctico
a master tactician.
Translations of “tactic”
in Vietnamese sách lược…
in Thai กลวิธี…
in Malaysian taktik…
in Chinese (Traditional) 策略,手法…
in Indonesian taktik…
in Russian тактика…
in Turkish taktik, yöntem, strateji…
in Chinese (Simplified) 策略,手法…
in Polish taktyka…
(Definition of tactic from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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