Meaning of logistical in English:


Pronunciation /ləˈdʒɪstɪk(ə)l/


  • Relating to or involving organization and planning.

    ‘logistical problems’
    • ‘setting up the machinery was a logistical challenge’
    • ‘They, perhaps inevitably, created a logistical disaster.’
    • ‘Serving larger school districts in metropolitan areas can require careful logistical planning for deliveries.’
    • ‘Technology in the classroom creates logistical issues for the instructor.’
    • ‘In addition to offering logistical help, they educate farmers about the market.’
    • ‘He would appear to have produced a perfect arsenal of logistical matter.’
    • ‘When you're dealing with the idea of time, you run into all kinds of logistical nightmares.’
    • ‘The city faces all sorts of logistical issues and no doubt commuter carnage while the mayor attempts to fix the transport system.’
    • ‘The logistical units need to really sharpen up their hard training.’
    • ‘It will be a big logistical problem for the army, but they've planned for it.’
    • ‘We're coordinating with local parish officials in the affected areas to provide whatever logistical help we can.’