Definición de war game en inglés:

war game

Saltos de línea: war game

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  • 1A military exercise carried out to test or improve tactical expertise.
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    • Even now, Gardiner said after the war game, the military sees post-conflict operations as peripheral to its duties.
    • THE US spent £165 million on the biggest war game in military history earlier this month.
    • Members from all branches of the Army participated in a week-long war game to help dictate the future of the Signal Corps.
  • 1.1A simulated military conflict carried out as a game, leisure activity, or exercise in personal development.
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    • Battle of Britain is a war game for the personal computer from noted designer Gary Grigsby.
    • They are also organising a paintball war game for deaf and hearing members.
    • It was a war game based on the American Civil War.

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[with object] (war-game) North American Volver al principio  
  • Engage in (a campaign or course of action) using the strategies of a war game: there seemed to be no point war-gaming an election 15 months away
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    • No team was assigned to diligently unearth the plan's shortfalls or over-sights - or to thoroughly war-game the various courses of action while planners considered and developed them.
    • They then must war-game different scenarios to ensure that the goal is realistic and that it has a 10-percent overage of all stocks to compensate for any deficiencies in planning.
    • In 1994, James F. Dunnigan and I war-gamed several Indo-Pakistan war scenarios for a commercial project.

Derivativos

war-gamer

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  • If a thriller novelist or war-gamer thinks of a particular terrorist operation, I fear there's a decent chance that a dedicated terrorist has already tried or is attempting to execute it.
  • In the most notorious instance, when Van Riper knocked out several US navy vessels in the Persian Gulf with suicide speed boat attacks, the war-gamers stopped the exercise and ‘re-floated’ the ships.
  • At that point, fear war-gamers, Pakistani planners would seriously consider a nuclear response.

war-gaming

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  • We also have an extensive program of experimentation, simulation, war-gaming and analysis, which looks at the future environment.
  • Mann includes a stunning, disturbing chapter about the war-gaming during the presidency of Ronald Reagan.
  • There has to be lots of war-gaming - hiring consultants to see if they can infiltrate the enemy and find out its weaknesses.

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