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来自拉丁语 tactica,安排，词源同 tact.引申词义战术，策略。
- tactic:  Tactics denotes etymologically ‘arrangement, setting in order’. It goes back ultimately to Greek tássein ‘put in order’, hence ‘arrange in battle formation’. From this was derived taktós ‘arranged’, which formed the basis of the further adjective taktikós ‘concerned with arrangement or (military) planning’ (source of English tactic and tactical ). It was used in the plural, taktiká, for ‘matters relating to arrangement’, and this served as a model for English tactics.
- tactic (n.)
- 1766, from Modern Latin tactica, from Greek taktike (tekhne) "(art of) arrangement," from fem. of taktikos "pertaining to arrangement" (see tactics). Earlier it meant "a tactician" (1630s), and was in use as an adjective meaning "tactical" (c. 1600).
- 1. Fires were started by the prisoners as a diversionary tactic.
- 2. The tactic could well help invigorate a struggling campaign.
- 3. It's a well-tried tactic to play down public expectations in advance of a superpower summit.
- 4. He pressed on in the hope that a few others would join him. The tactic paid off.
- 5. They used this kind of scare tactic when I was growing up.
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