τακτικός

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From τάξις ‎(táksis, arrangement, ordering).

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τακτικός ‎(taktikósm, τακτική f, τακτικόν n; first/second declension

  1. fit for ordering or arranging, especially in war
    1. (substantive) a tactician
    2. (substantive) tactics
  2. (generally) regulating
  3. (of numbers) ordinal

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Adjective[edit]

τακτικός ‎(taktikósm,  feminine: τακτική (taktikí), neuter: τακτικό (taktikó)

  1. usual, regular
  2. frequent, regular
  3. tactical

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