Definition of logistic in English:


Line breaks: lo¦gis|tic
Pronunciation: /ləˈdʒɪstɪk


  • Relating to logistics: logistic problems
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    • We are able to support any such partnership with training, franchise documentation, and full logistic support.
    • We have said that we will cooperate in these three areas of logistic support and use of airspace.
    • It also required a great deal of logistic support and a willing ally who was prepared to render assistance.



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  • Trying to raise a kid alone seems like a daunting logistical challenge.
  • Gradually the road proved of logistical, infrastructure and economic value.
  • He allegedly provided financial and logistical support for the operation.


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  • It is logistically easier to interview all of the members of one neighborhood, say, than to interview the same number of people scattered randomly across the city.
  • I don't think there is a show on television that logistically is as complicated as ‘The Amazing Race.’
  • However, more importantly, such a vote is logistically flawed.

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