Another word for tackle
A contrivance having mechanical advantage
pulleys, block-and-tackle, mechanical purchase, differential tackle, differential*, movable pulley; see also pulley.
In football, an attempt to down a ball-carrier
In football, one who plays between end and guard
In fishing, equipment
Fishing tackle includes: hook, line, fly, rod, casting rod, reel, casting reel, cut bait, live bait, minnow, grasshopper, fish eggs, salmon eggs, worm, lure, spinner, seine, fish net, landing net, pole, gaff, float, bobber, cork, sinker, creel, tackle box, fly-typing materials, swivels, shot, deep-sea tackle, leader, number four hook, number six hook, number eight hook, number ten hook, cod hook, bass hook, pike hook, stringer, fish sack, basket, trotline.
launch, embark on, work on, set about, take up in earnest, turn one's hand to, begin, turn to, plunge into, devote oneself to, make an attempt, put one's shoulder to the wheel*, dig in*, start the ball rolling*, square off*, get going*; see also try 1, undertake.
In football, to endeavor to down an opponent
Another word for tacklenoun
Things needed for a task, journey, or other purpose:accouterment (often used in plural), apparatus, equipment, gear, material (used in plural), materiel, outfit, paraphernalia, rig, thing (used in plural), turnout. See means