Definition of tactician in English:

tactician

Pronunciation /takˈtiSH(ə)n/ /tækˈtɪʃ(ə)n/

Translate tactician into Spanish

noun

  • A person who uses a carefully planned strategy to achieve a specific end.

    ‘a brilliant political tactician’
    • ‘the cunning maneuvers of a master tactician’
    • ‘Every good tactician pays attention to details which the less skillful don't notice or don't bother about.’
    • ‘The coach is a master tactician who raced for the Spanish cycling team not that long ago.’
    • ‘A general he may have been, but a good strategist and tactician, I doubt.’
    • ‘Few if any scholars doubt his capacity as a military commander, both as strategist and tactician, whether on land or sea.’
    • ‘At the height of his political career he was one of the master tacticians of the trade.’