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tackle

verb
to deal with or try to solve (a problem); to ask (someone) about a problem
abordar; hablar con
He tackled the problem She tackled the teacher about her child’s work.
in football, hockey etc , to (try to) take the ball etc from (a player in the other team)
entrar (a); placar
He tackled his opponent.
(Definition of tackle from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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