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    help undestanding a sentence

    I have the following sentence that i am trying to understand if some one can help explain it to me i would be thankful.

    " Western strategies and operating methods used to utilize opportunities are usually not one-on-one interchangeable"

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    Re: help undestanding a sentence

    Welcome to the board, Azure.

    Quote Originally Posted by azure42 View Post
    I have the following sentence that I am trying to understand. If someone can help explain it to me I would be grateful.

    " Western strategies and operating methods used to utilize opportunities are usually not one-on-one interchangeable"
    Sorry, I have no idea what that means.

    Why do you need to make sense of this sentence?

    Rover

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    Re: help undestanding a sentence

    Quote Originally Posted by azure42 View Post

    operating methods= tactics
    one-on-one interchangeable= correspondingly interchangeable
    Are they what you meant to say?

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