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tac·ti·cian

 (tăk-tĭsh′ən)
n.
1. One who is skilled in the planning and execution of military tactics.
2. A clever maneuverer.
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tac•ti•cian

(tækˈtɪʃ ən)

n.
a person who is adept in planning tactics.
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tactician

a person skilled in the art of tactics, in a military or other sense.
See also: War
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.tactician - a person who is skilled at planning tacticstactician - a person who is skilled at planning tactics
contriver, deviser, planner - a person who makes plans
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tactician

noun strategist, campaigner, planner, mastermind, general, director, brain (informal), coordinator, schemer He is an extremely astute political tactician.
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Translations
خَبير في التَّكْتيكات، مُناور بارِع
taktik
taktiker
taktikus
kunnáttumaîur í herkænskubrögîum
taktik
iyi planlama yapan kimsetaktikçi

tactician

[tækˈtɪʃən] Ntáctico/a m/f
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tactician

[tækˈtɪʃən] ntacticien(ne) m/f
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tactician

n (Mil, fig) → Taktiker(in) m(f)
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tactician

[tækˈtɪʃn] n (Mil) (fig) → stratega m/f
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tactics

(ˈtӕktiks) noun plural
(sometimes in singular) the art of arranging troops, warships etc during a battle, in order to win or gain an advantage over one's opponents. They planned their tactics for the election/game/meeting.
ˈtactical adjective
of or concerned with tactics or successful planning. a tactical advantage.
ˈtactically adverb
tacˈtician (-ˈtiʃən) noun
a person who is good at tactics or successful planning.
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References in classic literature ?
"He is a great tactician!" said the prince to his son, pointing to the architect.
"Michael Ivanovich!" cried the old prince to the architect who, busy with his roast meat, hoped he had been forgotten: "Didn't I tell you Buonaparte was a great tactician? Here, he says same thing."
It was a bit of the art of an Old Bailey tactician, in which he found great relief.
The skillful tactician may be likened to the shuai-jan.
"Lady Ruth proved herself an excellent tactician last night," she remarked.
I throw out these queries for intelligent readers to answer, who know, at once, how credulous we are, and how sceptical, how soft and how obstinate, how firm for others and how diffident about ourselves: meanwhile, it is certain that our friend William Dobbin, who was personally of so complying a disposition that if his parents had pressed him much, it is probable he would have stepped down into the kitchen and married the cook, and who, to further his own interests, would have found the most insuperable difficulty in walking across the street, found himself as busy and eager in the conduct of George Osborne's affairs, as the most selfish tactician could be in the pursuit of his own.
He laid his plan and calculated all his moves with the fervid deliberation of a chess-player in the days of his first ardor, and was amazed himself at his sudden genius as a tactician. His plan was as bold as it was thoroughly calculated.
At this stage of affairs he was in excellent spirits, which even supported him under large advances of money; for his powers of convincing and persuading had not yet been, tested by anything more difficult than a chairman's speech introducing other orators, or a dialogue with a Middlemarch voter, from which he came away with a sense that he was a tactician by nature, and that it was a pity he had not gone earlier into this kind of thing.
He was both strategian and tactician, and we all now know the difference between the two.
Cooper, who took charge after the Azkals and Sven-Goran Eriksson parted ways following the AFC Asian Cup, clarified that he will remain as the top tactician for the squad that kicks off its qualifying campaign against Syria at Panaad Stadium.
The dockers have been struggling in front of goal and their tactician Bernard Mwalala is hoping things will be different in the second leg.
In the first half we enjoyed to see us playing football, trying to put our crosses, put into details what we have worked on and I am happy we are coming up step by step,' the tactician stated.

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