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strategize

[strat-i-jahyz] /ˈstræt ɪˌdʒaɪz/
verb (used without object), strategized, strategizing.
1.
to make up or determine strategy; plan.
Also, especially British, strategise.
Origin
1970-1975
1970-75; strateg(y) + -ize
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Examples from the web for strategize
  • We can strategize to dream about a particular subject, solve a problem or end a recurring nightmare.
  • Admissions officials and consultants strategize about how to manage that funnel.
  • If you listed the learning objectives, it would be easier to strategize an appropriate activity.
  • Learn to strategize in order for your business to succeed.
  • Knowing this information will help you strategize your hunt.
  • At the outset, the school hired an outside evaluator to help them stay focused on their mission and to strategize ongoing needs.
  • Teachers use that time to meet, strategize and integrate the curriculum across grades.
Word Origin and History for strategize
v.

1943, American English, from strategy + -ize. Related: Strategized; strategizing.

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