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strategize

Line breaks: strat|egize
Pronunciation: /ˈstratɪdʒʌɪz
 
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(also strategise)

Definition of strategize in English:

verb

[no object] North American
Devise a strategy or strategies: home is where he has enough quiet and privacy to strategize and plan for the future
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  • Pollan sometimes engages a bit too freely in metaphorical talk about plants planning and strategizing and ‘wanting’ their genes spread.
  • They planned and strategized for three days, and when there were no objections left, these youth were ready to challenge power at all levels.
  • And we can only find a way if we stop to think, to assess our weaknesses and our strength, to plan, to strategise and then to counter attack…

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