-tactic

World English Dictionary
-tactic
 
adj combining form
having a specified kind of pattern or arrangement or having an orientation determined by a specified force: syndiotactic; phototactic
 
[from Greek taktikos relating to order or arrangement; see tactics]

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World English Dictionary
-taxis or -taxy
 
n combining form
1.  indicating movement towards or away from a specified stimulus: thermotaxis
2.  order or arrangement: phyllotaxis
 
[from New Latin, from Greek taxis order]
 
-taxy or -taxy
 
n combining form
 
[from New Latin, from Greek taxis order]
 
-tactic or -taxy
 
adj combining form
 
-taxic or -taxy
 
adj combining form

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