Defeat in detail is a military phrase referring to the tactic of bringing a large portion of one’s own force to bear on small enemy units in sequence, rather than engaging the bulk of the enemy force all at once. This exposes one’s own units to a small risk, yet allows for the eventual destruction of an entire enemy force.
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