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strategynoun [C or U]

uk   /ˈstræt.ə.dʒi/  us   /ˈstræt̬.ə.dʒi/
B2 a ​detailedplan for ​achievingsuccess in ​situations such as ​war, ​politics, ​business, ​industry, or ​sport, or the ​skill of ​planning for such ​situations: The ​presidentheld an ​emergencymeeting to ​discussmilitary strategy with the Pentagon ​yesterday. Their ​marketing strategy for the ​productinvolvesobtaining as much ​freepublicity as ​possible. [+ to infinitive] We're ​working on new strategies toimproveourshare of the ​market.

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(Definition of strategy from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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strategynoun [C/U]

 us   /ˈstræt̬·ə·dʒi/
a long-range ​plan for ​achieving something or ​reaching a ​goal, or the ​skill of making such ​plans: [U] Chess is a ​game that ​requires strategy.
strategic
adjective  us   /strəˈti·dʒɪk/
The ​hill was of strategic ​importance for ​control of the ​countryside.
strategically
adverb  us   /strəˈti·dʒɪk·li/
The ​cameras are strategically ​placed in ​areas with the most ​criminalactivity.
(Definition of strategy from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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strategynoun [C or U]

uk   us   /ˈstrætədʒi/ (plural strategies) MANAGEMENT
the way in which a ​business, ​government, or other ​organization carefully ​plans its ​actions over a ​period of ​time to ​improve its ​position and ​achieve what it ​wants: Business ​environments and strategies are constantly ​changing in ​response to ​economic and ​financialvariables. She ​redefined how ​companiesthink about strategy. The group's ​reportrepresents a ​fundamental change in strategy.a strategy for doing sth How has the ​slowdown in the ​currentbusinesscycle affected your strategy for ​growing the ​business?a strategy for sth The ​companypresident has ​mapped out a strategy for ​sustainablegrowth in the 21st century.a strategy of sth The group's strategy of ​overseasdiversification helped it overcome tough ​conditions at ​home.a strategy of doing sth The ​airline is now ​reaping the ​rewards from its strategy of ​cuttingseatnumbers and ​focusing on higher-paying ​businesspassengers.develop/design/produce a strategy Companies must ​develop strategies for ​adapting their ​brands to ​changingtrends in the ​marketplace.outline/formulate/identify a strategy In ​order to ​expand your ​e-businessoperations, you need to ​formulate a ​clear strategy.work on/work out/come up with a strategy CEOs and ​topgovernmentofficials should ​try to come up with a strategy for ​economicdevelopment that isn't simply a ​series of ​short-termpoliticalpayoffs.pursue/follow a strategy They are ​pursuing a strategy of acquisitions to ​spread their ​third-generationmobiletechnology beyond the ​domesticmarketa long-term/overall strategy Pricing is only one element of an ​overall strategy to ​curb congestion. a good/​successful/​winning strategy an expansion/​growth/​acquisition strategy marketing/​management/​investment strategies sales/​pricing strategies
(Definition of strategy from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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