(usually used with a singular verb) the art or science of disposing military or naval forces for battle and maneuvering them in battle.
(used with a plural verb) the maneuvers themselves.
(used with a singular verb) any mode of procedure for gaining advantage or success.
(usually used with a singular verb) Linguistics.
the patterns in which the elements of a given level or stratum in a language may combine to form larger constructions.
the study and description of such patterns.
tactics (def 1).
a system or a detail of tactics.
a plan, procedure, or expedient for promoting a desired end or result.
of or relating to arrangement or order; tactical.
(functioning as sing) (military) the art and science of the detailed direction and control of movement or manoeuvre of forces in battle to achieve an aim or task
the manoeuvres used or plans followed to achieve a particular short-term aim
a piece of tactics; tactical move See also tactics
adjective 1. of, pertaining to, endowed with, or affecting the sense of touch. 2. perceptible to the touch; tangible. adjective 1. of, relating to, affecting, or having a sense of touch: a tactile organ, tactile stimuli 2. (rare) capable of being touched; tangible tactile tac·tile (tāk’təl, -tīl’) adj. Perceptible to the sense of touch; tangible. […]
- Tactile anesthesia
tactile anesthesia n. Loss or impairment of the sense of touch.
- Tactile disk
tactile disk n. A cup-shaped tactile nerve ending that is in contact with a single modified epithelial cell. Also called Merkel’s corpuscle, tactile meniscus.
- Tactile fremitus
tactile fremitus n. The vibration felt by a hand placed on a chest during vocal fremitus.