To deliberately begin to do (something):
Harness is defined as to strap or belt someone or something down, or to bring under control for a purpose.
(Figuratively) To accept responsibility for.
Incur is defined as to acquire, or bring something upon oneself.
To undertake the duties of (an office):
To fasten or mark (cloth or a seam, for example) with a loose basting stitch.
To sack is a slang term that is defined as to fire someone from their job.
To provide with necessary equipment:
A wheel with teeth around its rim that mesh with the teeth of another wheel to transmit motion. Gears are used to transmit power (as in a car transmission) or change the direction of motion in a mechanism (as in a differential axle). Fixed ratios of speed in various parts of a machine is often established by the arrangement of gears.
To capture physically; seize:
(Intransitive) To become spread by smearing.
(Baseball) To put out (a base runner).
To disturb the functioning, order, or course of:
To put on or off hastily or carelessly:
In writing; on record
To seize or snatch suddenly; take roughly and quickly
To take in with one's senses or intellect.
To grasp suddenly and forcibly; take or grab:
To struggle or work hard to deal with something:
To start doing, acting, going, etc.; get under way
To launch is defined as to set something in motion, to start something or to forcefully throw something.
To start work on with purpose and vigor:
To banish from one's thoughts:
To refrain from using, engaging in, or partaking of:
To avoid (a blow, etc.) by moving or shifting quickly aside
To cause (a motor, for example) to idle.
To cause to be later or slower than expected or desired:
To stop because of indecision; pause or delay in acting, choosing, or deciding because of feeling unsure; waver
To endure resignedly or patiently:
To function; operate:
Find another word for tackling. In this page you can discover 35 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for tackling, like: undertaking, harnessing, shouldering, incurring, assuming, tacking, sacking, outfitting, gearing, collaring and taking.