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 (strə-tē′jĭk) also stra·te·gi·cal (-jĭ-kəl)
1. Of or relating to strategy.
a. Important or essential in relation to a plan of action: a strategic withdrawal.
b. Essential to the effective conduct of war: strategic materials.
c. Highly important to an intended objective: The staff discussed strategic marketing factors.
3. Intended to destroy the military potential of an enemy: strategic bombing.

stra·te′gi·cal·ly adv.


(strəˈtiːdʒɪk) ,






1. of, relating to, or characteristic of strategy
2. important to a strategy or to strategy in general
3. (Military) (of weapons, attacks, etc) directed against an enemy's homeland rather than used on a battlefield: a strategic missile; strategic bombing.
straˈtegically adv


(strəˈti dʒɪk)

also stra•te′gi•cal,

1. pertaining to or marked by strategy: strategic maneuvers.
2. important in or essential to strategy.
3. forming an integral part of a stratagem: a strategic move in chess.
a. intended to destroy an enemy's warmaking capacity: strategic bombing.
b. essential to the conduct of a war: a strategic metal.
stra•te′gi•cal•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.strategic - relating to or concerned with strategy; "strategic weapon"; "the islands are of strategic importance"; "strategic considerations"
2.strategic - highly important to or an integral part of a strategy or plan of action especially in war; "a strategic chess move"; "strategic withdrawal"; "strategic bombing missions"
important, of import - of great significance or value; "important people"; "the important questions of the day"


1. tactical, calculated, deliberate, planned, politic, diplomatic a strategic plan for reducing the rate of infant mortality
2. crucial, important, key, vital, critical, decisive, cardinal an operation to take the strategic island
herstjórnarlegur, strategískur
chiến lược


[strəˈtiːdʒɪk] ADJestratégico


[strəˈtiːdʒɪk] adj
[planning, thinking, plan, decision, importance] → stratégique
[position, point] → stratégique
to be placed at strategic points → être placé(e) à des points stratégiques
[weapons] → stratégique


adjstrategisch; (= strategically important)strategisch wichtig; (fig)taktisch, strategisch; to put something in a strategic positionetw in eine strategisch günstige Position bringen


[strəˈtiːdʒɪk] adj (anche) (fig) → strategico/a


(ˈstrӕtədʒi) plural ˈstrategies noun
1. the art of planning a campaign or large military operation. military strategy.
2. the art of, or a scheme for, managing an affair cleverly.
straˈtegic (-ˈtiː-) adjective
straˈtegically adverb
ˈstrategist noun
a person who is an expert in strategy.


إِسْتِراتِيجيّ strategický strategisk strategisch στρατηγικός estratégico strateginen stratégique strateški strategico 戦略的な 전략적인 strategisch strategisk strategiczny estratégico стратегический strategisk เกี่ยวกับยุทธวิธีหรือกลยุทธ์ stratejik chiến lược 战略的
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Over the next few months there needs to be a managed transition from the Grenfell Response Team, also known as Gold Command, who are dealing with the immediate response, to a council we are confident can deliver the longer term recovery for the community.
He added: "After every terrorist attack, it is my understanding there is a meeting of the Gold Command, where police meet with all other agencies in our region to see if security needs to be stepped up."
Valerie He said: "What we are trying to do, in terms of dealing with the horrific incidents that are taking place, is I am co-ordinating with colleagues in Birmingham to get the leader of the council, the Police and Crime Commissioner and the chief constable to come together and set up a gold command structure to deal with these issues." Home Office Minister Karen Bradley said other parts of the country should consider setting up similar structures.
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