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The meaning of Tackled

ˈtæk.əl

Tackled – definition

verb

Make determined efforts to deal with (a problem or difficult task).

Usage examples:

Police have launched an initiative to tackle rising crime
verb

Try to take the ball from (an opponent) by intercepting them.

Usage examples:

The first scoring chance came when orrell tackled webb
noun

The equipment required for a task or sport.

Usage examples:

Fishing tackle
noun

A mechanism consisting of ropes, pulley blocks, hooks, or other things for lifting heavy objects.

Usage examples:

They pumped out water and used ropes and tackle to lift and pull pieces of the aircraft apart to co…
noun

An act of playing the ball, or attempting to do so, when it is in the possession of an opponent.

Usage examples:

He was only prevented from scoring by a fine tackle
noun

A player who lines up next to the end along the line of scrimmage.

Usage examples:

The team is serious about drafting a right offensive tackle in the early rounds.
noun

The equipment required for a task or sport.

Usage examples:

Fishing tackle
noun

A mechanism consisting of ropes, pulley blocks, hooks, or other things for lifting heavy objects.

Usage examples:

They pumped out water and used ropes and tackle to lift and pull pieces of the aircraft apart to co…
noun

An act of playing the ball, or attempting to do so, when it is in the possession of an opponent.

Usage examples:

He was only prevented from scoring by a fine tackle
noun

A player who lines up next to the end along the line of scrimmage.

Usage examples:

The team is serious about drafting a right offensive tackle in the early rounds.
noun

The equipment required for a task or sport.

Usage examples:

Fishing tackle
noun

A mechanism consisting of ropes, pulley blocks, hooks, or other things for lifting heavy objects.

Usage examples:

They pumped out water and used ropes and tackle to lift and pull pieces of the aircraft apart to co…
noun

An act of playing the ball, or attempting to do so, when it is in the possession of an opponent.

Usage examples:

He was only prevented from scoring by a fine tackle
noun

A player who lines up next to the end along the line of scrimmage.

Usage examples:

The team is serious about drafting a right offensive tackle in the early rounds.
noun

The equipment required for a task or sport.

Usage examples:

Fishing tackle
noun

A mechanism consisting of ropes, pulley blocks, hooks, or other things for lifting heavy objects.

Usage examples:

They pumped out water and used ropes and tackle to lift and pull pieces of the aircraft apart to co…
noun

An act of playing the ball, or attempting to do so, when it is in the possession of an opponent.

Usage examples:

He was only prevented from scoring by a fine tackle
noun

A player who lines up next to the end along the line of scrimmage.

Usage examples:

The team is serious about drafting a right offensive tackle in the early rounds.
noun

The equipment required for a task or sport.

Usage examples:

Fishing tackle
noun

A mechanism consisting of ropes, pulley blocks, hooks, or other things for lifting heavy objects.

Usage examples:

They pumped out water and used ropes and tackle to lift and pull pieces of the aircraft apart to co…
noun

An act of playing the ball, or attempting to do so, when it is in the possession of an opponent.

Usage examples:

He was only prevented from scoring by a fine tackle
noun

A player who lines up next to the end along the line of scrimmage.

Usage examples:

The team is serious about drafting a right offensive tackle in the early rounds.
verb

Past simple and past participle of tackle

Usage examples:

There are many ways of tackling this problem., i tackled him about his careless work.

Tackled translation into English

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解决了

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Aangepakt

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Abordé

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Angegangen

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घेरने की कोशिश की

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Affrontato

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태클

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Занялся

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Abordado

Word origin

Middle English (denoting equipment for a specific task): probably from Middle Low German takel, from taken ‘lay hold of’. Early senses of the verb (late Middle English) described the provisio

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