tactic tac‧tic [ˈtæktɪk] noun [countable usually plural]
a method that you use to achieve something:

• Aggressive advertising tactics may mislead consumers.

• The union has used every possible delaying tactic (= something you do to give yourself more time ) .

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tactic UK US /ˈtæktɪk/ noun [C, usually plural]
a planned method for achieving a particular result: »

I think we'll have to change our marketing tactics.


The tactics used by the salesman made her uncomfortable.


The complaints are no more than a delaying tactic.

Financial and business terms. 2012.

См. также в других словарях:

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  • tactic — TÁCTIC, Ă, tactici, ce s.f., adj. I. s.f. 1. Parte componentă a artei militare care se ocupă de studiul, organizarea, pregătirea şi ducerea luptei pentru a îndeplini cu maximum de eficacitate scopurile fixate. 2. Ştiinţa de a determina, pentru o… …   Dicționar Român

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  • tactic — index expedient, machination, method, plan, plot (secret plan), stratagem Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

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  • tactic — ► NOUN 1) an action or strategy planned to achieve a specific end. 2) (tactics) the art of disposing armed forces in order of battle and of organizing operations. Often contrasted with STRATEGY(Cf. ↑strategy). DERIVATIVES tactician noun. ORIGIN …   English terms dictionary

  • tactic — tactic1 [tak′tik] adj. [ModL tacticus < Gr taktikos: see TACTICS] Biol. of, showing, or characteristic of taxis tactic2 [tak′tik] n. [ModL tactica < Gr taktikē (technē), (art) of arranging: see TACTICS] 1. TACTICS …   English World dictionary

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