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来自希腊语 strategia,军事指挥部，来自 strategos,将军，指挥官，来自 stratos,军队，部队，来 自 PIE*ster,展开，词源同 stratum,strew.-eg,做，引导，词源同 agent,pedagogy,-y,行为，学说。 后词义通用化为战略，策略。
- strategy:  Etymologically, strategy denotes ‘leading an army’. It comes ultimately from Greek stratēgós ‘commander-in-chief, general’, a compound noun formed from stratós ‘army’ and ágein ‘lead’ (a relative of English act, agent, etc). From it was formed stratēgíā ‘generalship’, which reached English via French stratégie. Another derivative was stratēgeīn ‘be a general’, which in turn spawned stratégēma ‘act of a general’. This passed via Latin stratēgēma and French stratagème into English as stratagem .
- strategy (n.)
- 1810, "art of a general," from French stratégie (18c.) and directly from Greek strategia "office or command of a general," from strategos "general, commander of an army," also the title of various civil officials and magistrates, from stratos "multitude, army, expedition, encamped army," literally "that which is spread out" (see structure (n.)) + agos "leader," from agein "to lead" (see act (n.)). In non-military use from 1887.
- 1. Gates responds with a lengthy discourse on deployment strategy.
- 2. The strategy was too dangerous in the explosive circumstances of the times.
- 3. Making people feel foolish is emphatically not my strategy.
- 4. Yesterday's meeting was intended to plot a survival strategy for the party.
- 5. Haig was limited by his blinkered approach to strategy and tactics.
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