Tackle synonyms

tăk'əl
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A contrivance having mechanical advantage
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A contrivance having mechanical advantage
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Equipment, such as tools or clothing, used for a particular activity:
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To throw or propel with force; hurl:
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To cause to start; set about; commence
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(Said of objects) To become, to degenerate into.
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*To undertake
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(Idiomatic) To adopt a resolute state of mind (often: to dig in one's feet, heels, etc.)
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Alternative form of get the ball rolling.
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Similar supporting material for construction work
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Equipment
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The critical and source material, usually including notes and a glossary, that accompanies a scholarly edition of a text.
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Plural form of pulley
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A system of two or more pulleys (the tackles) each enclosed by a housing (the block) with a rope or cable threaded between them, usually used to lift or pull heavy loads.
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An infinitesimal increment in a variable.
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A contrivance having mechanical advantage
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In football, an attempt to down a ball-carrier
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In football, an attempt to down a ball-carrier
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In football, an attempt to down a ball-carrier
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In football, an attempt to down a ball-carrier
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The amount a sack holds; also, an archaic or historical measure of varying capacity, depending on commodity type and according to local usage; an old English measure of weight, usually of wool, equal to 13 stone (182 pounds), or in other sources, 26 stone (364 pounds).
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A sudden or dramatic decline:
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The definition of a lunge is a forward movement with a weapon or bodily force.
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(American football) A tackle made about the feet or ankle.
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An official in soccer and other field games who indicates when the ball has gone out of bounds.
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In football, one who plays between end and guard
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In football, one who plays between end and guard
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In football, one who plays between end and guard
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In fishing, equipment
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In fishing, equipment
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*To undertake
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To shape, form or improve something
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*To undertake
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*To undertake
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*To undertake
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*To undertake
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(Idiomatic) To work or exert oneself heavily or with full effort.
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To get ready for a fight
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To seize firmly with the hands:
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To put in legal possession of a particular thing; assign ownership to
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(Slang, idiomatic, intransitive) to make an individual contribution to a group effort (eg. money pool, collaborative record album)
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(Cricket) To end a player's innings by catching a hit ball before the first bounce. [from 18th c.]
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To get possession of by unscrupulous methods
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Out of one's hand
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To put suddenly and forcibly into a specified condition or situation
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In football, to endeavor to down an opponent
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To shorten (a metal tire) in the process of resetting it
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In football, to endeavor to down an opponent
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To prevent the flow or passage of:
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Nail means to attach or join.
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To apply (a ) to, so as to leave a coating, mark, etc.
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In football, to endeavor to down an opponent
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(Intransitive) To habituate to or gain competency at a task.
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In football, to endeavor to down an opponent
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To stay clear of; go around or away from:
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To be reluctant; not be sure that one should
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To stop for a while; linger
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The mental and emotional resources of an individual:
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A simple machine consisting essentially of a wheel with a grooved rim in which a pulled rope or chain can run to change the direction of the pull and thereby lift a load.
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A substantial, often approximately cuboid, piece of any substance.
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A large intimidating male.
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Anything that has the appearance of such a device.
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A unit of length in the FPS system, equal to 16.5 feet or 5.5 yards (5.0292 meters)
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To strain; to subject to excessive tests.
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To undertake is defined as to manage funerals and burials.
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To arrest (a criminal, for example).
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To fasten by the use of a harness.
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To provide with, usually for a specific purpose.
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To sail a zigzag course upwind by repeatedly executing such a maneuver.
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To move or twist quickly aside; shift suddenly, as to avoid a blow
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To make or cause to be unemployed or inactive:
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To fail to carry out (an expected or required action) through carelessness or by intention; leave undone
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(--- Informal) To disregard on purpose. Usually used in the imperative:
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A version of football (American football) in which players are touched as opposed to tackled.
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An identifying yet superficial characteristic.
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Something, such as an idea or information, that is to be refined and made or incorporated into a finished effort:
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Materials and tools necessary to any work, enterprise, etc.; specif., weapons, equipment, supplies, etc. of armed forces
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A vehicle with one or more horses harnessed to it.
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A particular state of affairs; a situation:
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The act or an instance of turning out:
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To authenticate by means of belief; to surmise; to suppose to be true, especially without proof.
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To acquire or come into (something usually undesirable); sustain:
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To carry (something) on one's shoulders.
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(Idiomatic) To begin to have or exhibit.
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(Idiomatic) To assume control of something, especially by force; to usurp.
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To begin working on energetically; undertake (a problem, task, etc.) vigorously
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To start work on vigorously
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To start work on vigorously
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To interrupt someone, or a situation, by doing or saying something abruptly, or forcefully, and usually without thinking about the consequences.
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That by which something is done or obtained; agency
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(Intransitive) To receive something willingly.
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Followed by with. General use, said of either fellow employees or instruments or clients.
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gear used in fishing
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The equipment, as hooks, lines, rods, reels, etc., used in fishing
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gear used in fishing
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To remove the harness or similar equipment from.
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Find another word for tackle. In this page you can discover 110 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for tackle, like: mechanical purchase, differential tackle, gear, launch, set about, begin, turn-to, plunge into, dig-in, start-the-ball-rolling and rigging.