tactical

tactical
tactical tac‧tic‧al [ˈtæktɪkl] adjective
1. done in order to achieve what you want at a later time, especially in a large plan:

• Their agreement was a tactical move to avoid the threat of legal action.

2. tactical mistake/​error a mistake that will harm your plans in the future:

• It was probably a tactical mistake to offer the contract to a new company.

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tactical UK US /ˈtæktɪkəl/ adjective
relating to the methods used to achieve a particular result: »

He has plenty of tactical ability and is a great organizer.

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The tactical advantage offered by cash is flexibility.

a tactical error/mistake »

They made a tactical error by coming in with an offer that was so unrealistic.

a tactical decision/move »

Analysts have largely viewed his resignation as a tactical move.

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the rise of tactical voting


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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