tackle

[n] - the person who plays that position on a football team 2. [n] - a position on the line of scrimmage 3. [n] - (football) grasping an opposing player with the intention of stopping by throwing to the ground 4. [v] - set about dealing with 5. [v] - seize and throw down an opponent player, who usually carries the ball, in Am
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Tackle

An archers equipment, (possibly of Welsh origin).
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Tackle

A system of ropes and blocks used to obtain a mechanical advantage or purchase.
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Tackle

Tac'kle (?; sometimes improperly pronounced ?, especially by seamen) noun [ Middle English takel , akin to LG. & Dutch takel , Danish takkel , Swedish tackel ; perhaps akin to English taw , v.t., or to take .] 1. Apparatus for raising or lowering heav
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Tackle

Tac'kle transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Tackled ; present participle & verbal noun Tackling .] [ Confer LG. takeln to equip. See Tackle , noun ] 1. To supply with tackle. B
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tackle

1. Apparatus for raising or lowering heavy weights, consisting of a rope and pulley blocks; sometimes, the rope and attachments, as distinct from the block. ... 2. Any instruments of action; an apparatus by which an object is moved or operated; gear; as, fishing tackle, hunting tackle; formerly, specifically, weapons. 'She to her tackle fell.' ...
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tackle

noun (American football) grasping an opposing player with the intention of stopping by throwing to the ground
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tackle

noun the person who plays that position on a football team; `the right tackle is a straight A student`
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tackle

take on verb accept as a challenge; `I`ll tackle this difficult task`
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Tackle

• (n.) To seize; to lay hold of; to grapple; as, a wrestler tackles his antagonist; a dog tackles the game. • (n.) To begin to deal with; as, to tackle the problem. • (n.) The rigging and apparatus of a ship; also, any purchase where more than one block is used. • (n.) To supply with tackle. • (n.) Any instruments of action
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tackle

(from the article `fishing`) The history of angling is in large part the history of tackle, as the equipment for fishing is called.The development of fly-fishing tackle has been driven by technological advances in available materials. Early rods were constructed of solid wood, ... [2 related articles]
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Tackle

[Transformers] Tackle is a fictional character in the various Transformers series. He is an Autobot who turns into a truck and is part of the Multiforce team. He was a regular character in the Japanese anime series Transformers: Victory where he was voice by Nobuo Satouchi. ==Transformers: Generation 1== Tackle is part of the Autobot Multif
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Tackle

[American football] Tackle is a playing position in American and Canadian football. Historically, in the one-platoon system a tackle played on both offense and defense. In the modern system of specialized units, offensive tackle and defensive tackle are separate positions. ==Offensive tackle== The offensive tackle (OT, T) is a position of t
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Tackle

Tackle is British slang for a watch chain.
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Tackle

Tackle is British slang for a watch chain.
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Tackle

In nautical terms, tackle refers to ropes and pulleys used for hoisting weights, sails etc.
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Tackle

[football move] Most forms of football have a move known as a tackle. The primary purposes of tackling is to disposses an opponent of the ball, to stop the player from gaining ground towards goal or to stop them from carrying out what they intend. The word is used in some contact variations of football to describe the act of physically hold
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tackle

Archery equipment
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tackle

a player position on both the offensive and defensive lines; there is usually a left and right offensive tackle, and a left and right defensive tackle; See also tackling.
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tackle

  1. the person who plays that position on a football team
  2. gear consisting of ropes etc. supporting a ship's masts and sails
  3. gear used in fishing
  4. a position on the line of scrimmage
  5. (football) grasping an opposing player with the intention of stopping by throwing to the ground

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Tackle

Tackle is a term used to describe the equipment used in a sport, especially fishing. In nautical terms, tackle refers to ropes and pulleys used for hoisting weights, sails etc.
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TACKLE

To use the feet in attempting to take the ball from an opponent's feet. A tackle may be accompanied by a legitimate shoulder charge, but there must be no holding, pushing, tripping, elbowing, or hip-checking. Clean tackling -- the ability to strip the ball from an opponent without fouling -- requires considerable skill. Unfortunately, the leniency
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Tackle

a method of a player winning the ball back from their opponent (see also slide tackle). Unfair tackles are punished by free kicks, penalties and red/yellow cards.[225] See also reducer.
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Tackle

a method of a player winning the ball back from their opponent (see also slide tackle). Unfair tackles are punished by free kicks, penalties and red/yellow cards.[226] See also reducer.
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Tackle

When one player wraps up the ball carrier and forces him/her to the ground.
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