[ US /ˈtæktɪkəɫ/ ]
[ UK /tˈæktɪkə‍l/ ]
  1. of or pertaining to tactic or tactics
    a tactical error
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How To Use tactical In A Sentence

  • Thus, they determine the feasibility of strategic and tactical plans.
  • He spent some time expressing his preference, for tactical reasons, for smaller neutron bombs before developing his argument.
  • In Admiral Spruance, it had found one of the Pacific War's most effective tactical naval commanders.
  • Owing to these qualities they are utilised for prolonged and searching reconnoitring duties such as strategical reconnaissances as distinct from the hurried and tactical reconnaissances carried out by fleeter machines. Aeroplanes and Dirigibles of War
  • It is a tactical target sport played by wheelchair athletes with cerebral palsy and other conditions. Times, Sunday Times
  • The Kenyan athlete made a tactical error in starting too fast.
  • The Army officer in tactical command of coalition forces in Iraq says out loud that the war isn't going precisely as planned, and the media works itself into a mouth-breathing, eyeball-popping swivet.
  • On Sunday they did not do themselves justice tactically or in terms of conviction, but they are extremely lucky to have a chance of making amends so quickly.
  • Dogmatic constraints, tactical stereotypes, schematism in place of originality, and the boring repetition of truisms are contributing factors in creative infecundity.
  • In ruling out a Yes vote from the get-go, Israel conceded immediate defeat in the world body, in the process forgoing a range of tactical advantages it could have gained by signaling qualified support for a resolution and then negotiating to help shape its wording to a text Israel could have profited by backing. Bradley Burston: Ten Reasons Palestine Is Right to Bring its Case to the UN
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