Translation of strategy in Spanish:


estrategia, n.

Pronunciation /ˈstrædədʒi/ /ˈstratɪdʒi/

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nounplural strategies

  • 1

    (art, practice)
    estrategia feminine
    • Stalin felt that the key to victory was as much political and economic strategy as military.
    • In the current war, virtual warfare has become an explicit part of military strategy.
    • The same is true for military strategy, which does not only refer to army training.
    • A great deal has been written about the failure of military strategy in Iraq.
    • The shelves are lined with books of military strategy and political analysis.
    • He often proved more expert than the experts, both in peacetime economics and in wartime strategy.
    • Lord Carver begins with a chapter on campaign strategy which helpfully sets the scene.
    • There is no such a thing as purely military advice when it comes to issues of strategy.
    • Through careful strategy, Cromwell gained an unlikely victory at the Battle of Dunbar.
    • The height of strategy is not to subdue the enemy in battle, but to subdue him without fighting at all.
    • John Ware investigates how Allied strategy has been tested in the heat of battle.
    • One aspect of grand strategy in war which isn't obvious to the layman is the idea of initiative.
    • Control of information and propaganda has always been a central plank of war strategy.
  • 2

    estrategia feminine
    to adopt a strategy adoptar una estrategia
    • the government's economic strategy la estrategia económica del gobierno
    • Could it be that a trade association run by bankers would adopt a military strategy of its own?
    • Attacking enemy strategies still requires a strategy of your own: who is likely to be your enemy?
    • He then developed a strategy for attacking the Hedjaz railway, the Turkish supply line.
    • The evidence suggests that a strong case can be made for a planned strategy using militia.
    • It's science fiction but it gives a good inside on war strategies and tactics.
    • It is also a war strategy aimed at humiliating the enemy men by showing they are unable to protect their women.
    • Certainly the Maginot Line was constructed in the service of a defensive strategy.
    • They decided on a defensive strategy to allow the Germans to wear themselves out.
    • It's hard to find victory or exit strategies or any other sanity in what's happening.
    • The new structure of the army brought first a new tactic and then a new strategy.
    • Barlow makes the best case for a strategy behind the war that I have ever read.
    • The long-term strategy must always be to starve the terrorists of support and recruits.
    • Firstly, devote as much care to your media strategy as you do to your military strategy.
    • Much of our military strategy and most of our foreign policy is tied to the United States.
    • It requires a new attitude toward the battle and new strategy on the battlefield.
    • What is the exit strategy of the Royal Marines, are they going to be there for the next ten years or three months?
    • The danger was that this strategy would drive neutral America into the Allied camp.
    • With no definition of victory and no exit strategy, we may be entering a state of perpetual war.
    • It is important for the US's strategy for a ground war that it is able to do so.
    • We will have to agree strategies and design policies that will make things happen differently.
    • Organisers hope the conference can help develop new strategies and new marketing programmes.
    • The strategy is a national strategy and it is designed to benefit the whole country.
    • They were there as part of a longer-term strategy to identify and foster new talent.
    • It has now been forced to conduct a major review in an attempt to find a long-term strategy for its survival.
    • In both, I think we see the effects of a design strategy which pursues perfection.
    • The pension funds have a different mix of strategies designed to encourage customers to take the plunge.
    • The government need to come up with short term and long term strategies to resolve the issues.
    • You cannot design diversity strategies around what is good for private business.
    • The City of Windhoek is gearing itself to effect a major shift in its marketing strategy.
    • Below are some personal finance and tax relief tips which may help you in planning your financial strategy.
    • They will meet up for the first time next week to plan their strategy in dealing with the expected hordes of visitors.
    • To accept the reality and truth helps us to plan our strategy to come out of such predicaments.
    • A series of exhibitions has been planned to explain the strategy and seek contributions.
    • Once a draft plan for the strategy has been drawn up the people of Lancashire will be asked for their views.
    • The second prong of his strategy is to achieve further reforms of the labour market.
    • Major progress, in terms of a long-term strategy, came with the Europe Agreements.
    • Diversification is a strategy that is designed to provide a company with some degree of stability.
    • Of course, no one plans their distribution strategy on domestic audiences alone.
    • Taken as a whole, this endeavour can be seen as a long-term strategy for winning the peace.
    • He is sure to earn millions basking in the success of his military strategy.