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pertaining to, characterized by, or of the nature of strategy:
important in or essential to strategy.
(of an action, as a military operation or a move in a game) forming an integral part of a stratagem:
a strategic move in a game of chess.
intended to render the enemy incapable of making war, as by the destruction of materials, factories, etc.:
a strategic bombing mission.
essential to the conduct of a war:
Copper is a strategic material.
) general (see
opportune, critical, key, principal, crucial.
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He sees how the world can be made better with the
and daring use of time, talent and resources.
It reinforces our conviction that
investments can make a huge difference in poor people's lives.
But although robots have clear tactical advantages, they carry a heavy
What has happened to the notion of
stocks set aside for the future.
The genius would be in the thousands of
connections that make words possible.
What we're talking about here is
human resource management.
Fronts and eddys can be, under the right oceanographic conditions, a
place to hide a hunted submarine.
We do something that makes sense and is of
value to the country.
Another is that they will consider evolution of the
The effect was sometimes disappointing, but it made
British Dictionary definitions for
of, relating to, or characteristic of strategy
important to a strategy or to strategy in general
(of weapons, attacks, etc) directed against an enemy's homeland rather than used on a battlefield
a strategic missile,
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