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tackle

verb [T]
 
 
/ˈtækl/
DEAL WITH B2 to try to deal with a problem
hemen ilgilenmek, ele almak, çaresine bakmak
new ways to tackle crime Dealing with things or peopleActing and actsCoping and not copingTolerating and enduring
SPEAK TO UK to speak to someone about something bad that they have done
nazik bir konuyu/yapılan kötü bir şeyi biriyle paylaşmak/konuşmak
I decided to tackle him about his absences.Dealing with things or peopleActing and actsCoping and not copingTolerating and enduring
BALL B2 to try to get the ball from someone in a game such as football
futbolda topu birinin ayağından almak/çalmak, topu kesmek/kapmak
Football/soccerGeneral terms used in ball sportsHockeyGeneral terms used in ball sportsRugbyGeneral terms used in ball sportsGeneral terms used in ball sports
(Definition of tackle verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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