stratégie

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old French strategie, from Ancient Greek στρατηγία ‎(stratēgía, office of general, command, generalship), from στρατηγός ‎(stratēgós, the leader or commander of an army, a general), from στρατός ‎(stratós, army) + ἄγω ‎(ágō, I lead, I conduct).

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Noun[edit]

stratégie f ‎(plural stratégies)

  1. strategy

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Etymology[edit]

From Old French strategie, from Ancient Greek στρατηγία ‎(stratēgía, office of general, command, generalship), from στρατηγός ‎(stratēgós, the leader or commander of an army, a general), from στρατός ‎(stratós, army) + ἄγω ‎(ágō, I lead, I conduct).

Noun[edit]

stratégie f ‎(plural stratégies)

  1. (Jersey) strategy