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Translation of "strategy" - English-Turkish dictionary

strategy

noun
 
 
/ˈstrætədʒi/
PLAN [C] B2 a plan that you use to achieve something
strateji, plan, taktik
an economic strategy a long-term strategy Plans and arrangements
ACT [U] B2 the act of planning how to achieve something
planlama, taktik yapmak, strateji
a military strategy Plans and arrangements
Translations of “strategy”
in Arabic إسْتِراتِجِيّة…
in Korean 전략…
in Malaysian strategi…
in French stratégie…
in Italian strategia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 戰略, 策略, 計謀…
in Russian стратегия, подход…
in Polish strategia…
in Vietnamese chiến lược, sự vạch kế hoạch…
in Spanish estrategia…
in Portuguese estratégia…
in Thai ยุทธวิธี, กลยุทธ, แผนการ…
in German die Strategie…
in Catalan estratègia…
in Japanese 計略, 戦略…
in Indonesian strategi, taktik…
in Chinese (Simplified) 战略, 策略, 计谋…
(Definition of strategy from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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