strategize

verb strat·e·gize \ -ˌjīz \
Updated on: 11 Sep 2017

Definition of strategize

strategized; strategizing
intransitive verb
:to devise a strategy or course of action

Examples of strategize in a Sentence

  1. The organization strategizes for Republican candidates.

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First Known Use of strategize

1855


STRATEGIZE Defined for English Language Learners

strategize

verb

Definition of strategize for English Language Learners

  • : to make a plan for achieving a goal and especially a military or political goal : to form a strategy



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