Translation of "tackle" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

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tackleverb

uk /ˈtæk.əl/ us /ˈtæk.əl/

tackle verb (DEAL WITH)

B2 [ T ] to try to deal with something or someone

對付,處理;與…交涉
There are many ways of tackling this problem. 處理這個問題有許多辦法。
I tackled him about his careless work. 就他工作馬虎一事,我與他進行了交涉。

More examples

  • The president is clearly in a dilemma about how to tackle the crisis.
  • There is a great deal of indecision over how to tackle the problem.
  • The manifesto includes tough measures to tackle road congestion and environmental pollution.
  • When is the government going to tackle the problem of poverty in the inner cities?
  • I felt that he just talked round the subject and didn't tackle the main issues.

tackle verb (SPORT)

B2 [ I or T ] (especially in football or hockey) to try to take the ball from a player in the other team, or (in rugby or American football) to do this by taking hold of the player and making them fall

(尤指足球或曲棍球中)阻截得(球);(橄欖球中阻截時)擒抱並摔倒(對方持球隊員)

Examples

  • He was tackled in the goalmouth.
  • He needs to tackle more often.
  • He tackled his opponent bravely and gained possession of the ball.

tacklenoun

uk /ˈtæk.əl/ us /ˈtæk.əl/

tackle noun (SPORT)

[ C ] (especially in football or hockey) an act of tackling someone

(尤指足球或曲棍球中)阻截得(球)

tackle noun (EQUIPMENT)

[ U ] all the objects needed for a particular activity

用具,裝備
fishing tackle 釣具

tackle noun (SEXUAL ORGANS)

[ U ] UK slang humorous also wedding tackle the male sexual organs

男性性器官

(Translation of “tackle” from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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