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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: There are many ​ways of tackling this ​problem. I tackled him about his ​carelesswork.

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  • 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

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tacklenoun

uk   /ˈtæk.əl/  us   /ˈtæk.əl/
  • tackle noun (SEXUAL ORGANS)

[U] UK slang humorous (also wedding tackle) the ​malesexualorgans
(Definition of tackle from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "tackle" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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tackleverb [T]

 us   /ˈtæk·əl/
  • tackle verb [T] (KNOCK DOWN)

to ​catch and ​knock down someone who is ​running, esp. in the ​game of ​football: All four ​players were ​unable to tackle the ​quarterback before he ​scored a ​touchdown.
  • tackle verb [T] (ATTACK)

to ​attack or to ​deal with something: There are many ​ways of tackling this ​problem.

tacklenoun

 us   /ˈtæk·əl/
  • tackle noun (EQUIPMENT)

[U] the ​equipment used in ​fishing or to ​lift or ​raise things on a ​ship
  • tackle noun (KNOCKING DOWN)

[C] an ​act of ​knocking someone down, or a ​footballplayer who is ​supposed to do this: A ​flying tackle ​brought him down. He’s an ​offensive/​defensive tackle.
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tackleverb [T]

uk   us   /ˈtækl/
to ​try to ​deal with something: The first thing the new ​government must do is to tackle ​inflation. tackle a ​crisis/​question/problem I ​felt that the whole ​subject was too ​sensitive to tackle.
to ​talk to someone about a difficult ​situation, usually because you ​disagree with them: tackle sb on/about sth I was ​determined to tackle my ​boss on the way I had been ​treated.
(Definition of tackle from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “tackle”
en coreano 다루다, 태클걸다…
en árabe يُعالِج, يَتَعامَل مَعَ, يَتَصَدّى لِلاعِب آخَر…
in Malaysian merebut, kelengkapan, takal…
en francés plaquage, matériel, appareil de levage…
en ruso решать проблему, браться за что-либо, поднимать вопрос…
en chino (tradicionál) 對付, 對付,處理, 與…交涉…
en italiano affrontare, contrastare, placcare…
en turco hemen ilgilenmek, ele almak, çaresine bakmak…
en polaco walczyć z, stawiać czoło, rozmówić się z…
en español placaje, equipo, aparejos…
in Vietnamese sự chặn, sự cản, dụng cụ…
en portugués enfrentar, dar uma entrada em…
in Thai การยื้อยุด/หยุดฝ่ายตรงข้ามที่ครองลูกในฟุตบอลหรือฮ็อกกี้, อุปกรณ์กีฬา (โดยเฉพาะในการตกปลาหรือ ไต่เขา), รอกตะขอสำหรับยกของหรือใช้ดึงใบเรือ…
en alemán das Angreifen, die Ausrüstung, der Flaschenzug…
en catalán abordar, fer una entrada a, placar…
en japonés (問題)に取り組む, 対処する, (サッカー・ラグビーで)タックルする…
en chino (simplificado) 对付, 对付,处理, 与…交涉…
in Indonesian jegalan, kerekan, takal…
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