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strat·e·gist

 (străt′ə-jĭst)
n.
One who is skilled in strategy.

strategist

(ˈstrætɪdʒɪst)
n
(Military) a specialist or expert in strategy

strat•e•gist

(ˈstræt ɪ dʒɪst)

n.
an expert in strategy.
[1830–40]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.strategist - an expert in strategy (especially in warfare)
market strategist - someone skilled in planning marketing campaigns
contriver, deviser, planner - a person who makes plans

strategist

noun planner, tactician, schemer, intriguer, manoeuvrer, diplomatist, wheeler-dealer a clever political strategist
Translations
startégstratég
strategtaktiker
stratéga
herstjórnarfræîingur
stratég
strateji uzmanı

strategist

[ˈstrætɪdʒɪst] Nestratega mf

strategist

[ˈstrætədʒɪst] nstratège m

strategist

nStratege m, → Strategin f; (fig also)Taktiker(in) m(f)

strategist

[ˈstrætɪdʒɪst] nstratega m

strategy

(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.
References in classic literature ?
We became strategists. We knew exactly what Buller was to do on landing, and, still better, what the other Generals should have done.
Thus it is that in war the victorious strategist only seeks battle after the victory has been won, whereas he who is destined to defeat first fights and afterwards looks for victory.
Had he not at one time longed with all his heart to establish a republic in Russia; then himself to be a Napoleon; then to be a philosopher; and then a strategist and the conqueror of Napoleon?
One need not be a strategist to see it was as wild as wind; just as one need not be a strategist to keep out of the way of a motor-bus.
If driven sharply back by a sudden onset of the enemy--and pickets are not expected to make a stand after firing--the men would come into the converging roads and naturally following them to their point of intersection could be rallied and "formed." In his small way the author of these dispositions was something of a strategist; if Napoleon had planned as intelligently at Waterloo he would have won that memorable battle and been overthrown later.
But the novice was a strategist as well as a man of action.
He was the strategist, but unfortunately his knowledge of life was limited.
"You confounded remote ancestor!" thundered the great strategist, "what do you mean by being out of bed after naps?
Not long after Reagan's 1980 victory, for example, a group of party strategists began to meet biweekly with O'Neill's general counsel, Kirk O'Donnell, to plot strategy.
Published in the 1995 edition of Golitsyn's book The Perestroika Deception, the memo marshaled important evidence and observations supporting the contention that the Chechnyan War was being "deliberately staged largely for Western consumption by the Kremlin strategists in the pursuit of their objectives."
Yet this new team of policy strategists enjoys a keen sensitivity for the timing of markets perhaps not seen in a decade.
Strategists expect single-digit gains, though a 10% correction is possible along the way.

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