I have found a sentence with 作戦 (tactics; strategy; (2) {mil} military operation;)


Now I could finally score some points with Horikita by telling some witty jokes.

I understand globally, of course if refers to psychological tactics but still I do not understand the grammar specially the association with に出よう

Could someone explain this to me ?

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    Where did "could finally" come from? – naruto Mar 23 '20 at 1:00

This 出る is the third entry under #4 here.


To take/adopt a (given) attitude/behavior/manner of acting.
To face the person you're interacting with with a (given) attitude/behavior/manner of acting.

In this case, the behavior that is being adopted is the entire sentence between ここは and に出よう. A 作戦, or strategy, typically comprises a plan involving the manner in which one should act going forward, which is why it can be used with に出る.

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