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Tack

tak

Meanings of Tack:

noun

A small, sharp broad-headed nail.

Usage examples:

Tacks held the remaining rags of carpet to the floor
verb

Fasten or fix in place with tacks.

Usage examples:

He used the tool to tack down sheets of fibreboard

Meanings of Tack on:

phrasal verb

To add something extra

Usage examples:

They tacked an additional 18% on the bill as a service charge.

Tacked

tæk

Meanings of Tacked:

verb

Fasten or fix in place with tacks.

Usage examples:

He used the tool to tack down sheets of fibreboard
noun

A small, sharp broad-headed nail.

Usage examples:

Tacks held the remaining rags of carpet to the floor

Tackier

ˈtæk.i

Meanings of Tackier:

adjective

(of glue, paint, or other substances) not fully dry and retaining a slightly sticky feel.

Usage examples:

The paint was still tacky

Tackies

ˈtæk.i

Meanings of Tackies:

noun

A rubber-soled canvas sports shoe.

Usage examples:

Since i am sport fanatic i'm more comfortable in track suits and takkies.

Meanings of Tackiest:

adjective

(of glue, paint, or other substances) not fully dry and retaining a slightly sticky feel.

Usage examples:

The paint was still tacky

Meanings of Tackiness:

noun

Cheap or low quality, or bad style

Usage examples:

The tackiness of the souvenirs on sale, the tackiness of the surface

Meanings of Tacking:

verb

Fasten or fix in place with tacks.

Usage examples:

He used the tool to tack down sheets of fibreboard
noun

A small, sharp broad-headed nail.

Usage examples:

Tacks held the remaining rags of carpet to the floor

Tackle

ˈtæk.əl

Meanings of Tackle:

noun

The equipment required for a task or sport.

Usage examples:

Fishing tackle
verb

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

Usage examples:

Police have launched an initiative to tackle rising crime

Tackled

ˈtæk.əl

Meanings of Tackled:

verb

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

Usage examples:

Police have launched an initiative to tackle rising crime
noun

The equipment required for a task or sport.

Usage examples:

Fishing tackle

Tackles

ˈtæk.əl

Meanings of Tackles:

noun

The equipment required for a task or sport.

Usage examples:

Fishing tackle
verb

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

Usage examples:

Police have launched an initiative to tackle rising crime

Meanings of Tackling:

verb

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

Usage examples:

Police have launched an initiative to tackle rising crime
noun

The equipment required for a task or sport.

Usage examples:

Fishing tackle

Meanings of Tacks:

noun

A small, sharp broad-headed nail.

Usage examples:

Tacks held the remaining rags of carpet to the floor
verb

Fasten or fix in place with tacks.

Usage examples:

He used the tool to tack down sheets of fibreboard

Meanings of Tacky:

adjective

(of glue, paint, or other substances) not fully dry and retaining a slightly sticky feel.

Usage examples:

The paint was still tacky

Meanings of Taco:

noun

A mexican dish consisting of a folded or rolled tortilla filled with various mixtures, such as seasoned mince, chicken, or beans.

Usage examples:

She explains the difference between chimichangas, burritos, tacos, tostadas, enchiladas and fajitas.

Taconite

ˈtakənʌɪt

Meanings of Taconite:

noun

A low-grade iron ore consisting largely of chert, occurring chiefly around lake superior in north america.

Usage examples:

She was loaded with 26,000 tons of taconite at superior, wi, on nov.9, 1975 and left the port of du…

Taconites

ˈtakənʌɪt

Meanings of Taconites:

noun

A low-grade iron ore consisting largely of chert, occurring chiefly around lake superior in north america.

Usage examples:

She was loaded with 26,000 tons of taconite at superior, wi, on nov.9, 1975 and left the port of du…

Meanings of Tacos:

noun

A mexican dish consisting of a folded or rolled tortilla filled with various mixtures, such as seasoned mince, chicken, or beans.

Usage examples:

She explains the difference between chimichangas, burritos, tacos, tostadas, enchiladas and fajitas.

Meanings of Tact:

noun

Skill and sensitivity in dealing with others or with difficult issues.

Usage examples:

The inspector broke the news to me with tact and consideration

Meanings of Tactful:

adjective

Having or showing skill and sensitivity in dealing with others or with difficult issues.

Usage examples:

They need a tactful word of advice

Tactfully

ˈtækt.fəl.i

Meanings of Tactfully:

adverb

With skill and sensitivity in dealing with others or with difficult issues.

Usage examples:

Wise yet tactfully handled advice

Tactic

ˈtæk.tɪk

Meanings of Tactic:

noun

An action or strategy carefully planned to achieve a specific end.

Usage examples:

The minority attempted to control the council by a delaying tactic

Meanings of Tactical:

adjective

Relating to or constituting actions carefully planned to gain a specific military end.

Usage examples:

As a tactical officer in the field he had no equal

Meanings of Tactically:

adverb

In a way that relates to actions carefully planned to gain a specific end.

Usage examples:

Tactically speaking, it was a bad move

Meanings of Tactician:

noun

A person who uses a carefully planned strategy to achieve a specific end.

Usage examples:

A brilliant political tactician

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