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battle plan

noun
1.
the strategy to be used in a military engagement.
2.
the plan for accomplishing a goal or dealing with a problem or difficult situation:
the president's battle plan for getting his legislation through Congress.
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  • Briefly stated, this is the battle plan of these 450,000 men who call themselves “socialists.”

    War of the Classes Jack London
  • The Confederate General in command for the day had lost faith in his battle plan and withdrew his army from the field.

    The Southerner Thomas Dixon
  • The battle plan finally to be formulated will be for use under the conditions assumed in this situation.

    Sound Military Decision

    U.s. Naval War College
  • The commander will desire to draw up a battle plan as a provision for the situation which he believes most likely to eventuate.

    Sound Military Decision

    U.s. Naval War College
  • A further logical act of planning is now to develop a battle plan.

    Sound Military Decision

    U.s. Naval War College

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