tackle

tackle
'tækl
1. noun
1) (an act of tackling: a rugby tackle.) placaje
2) (equipment, especially for fishing: fishing tackle.) equipo, aparejos
3) (ropes, pulleys etc for lifting heavy weights: lifting tackle.) jarcia, polea, aparejo
4) (in sailing, the ropes, rigging etc of a boat.) jarcia, cordaje

2. verb
1) (to try to grasp or seize (someone): The policeman tackled the thief.) agarrar, asir
2) (to deal with or try to solve (a problem); to ask (someone) about a problem: He tackled the problem; She tackled the teacher about her child's work.) abordar; hablar con
3) (in football, hockey etc, to (try to) take the ball etc from (a player in the other team): He tackled his opponent.) entrar (a); placar
tackle1 n entrada
he was carried off after a bad tackle después de una entrada fuerte tuvo que abandonar el campo
tackle2 vb
1. abordar / hacer frente
I don't know how to tackle the problem no sé cómo abordar el problema
2. hacer una entrada
he tackled the forward le hizo una entrada al delantero
El gerundio de tackle se escribe tackling
tackle
tr['tækəl]
noun
1 (equipment) equipo, avíos nombre masculino plural, aparejos nombre masculino plural
2 SMALLMARITIME/SMALL polea, aparejo
3 SMALLSPORT/SMALL (football) entrada; (rugby) placaje nombre masculino
transitive verb
1 (deal with - problem) abordar, encarar; (- task) emprender; (person) hablar con
2 SMALLSPORT/SMALL (football) entrarle a; (rugby) placar
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SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
to tackle somebody about/on something plantarle a alguien algo
tackle ['tækəl] vt, -led ; -ling
1) : taclear (en futbol americano)
2) confront: abordar, enfrentar, emprender (un problema, un trabajo, etc.)
tackle n
1) equipment, gear: equipo m, aparejo m
2) : aparejo m (de un buque)
3) : tacleada f (en futbol americano)
tackle
n.
aparejo s.m.
atajador s.m.
atajo s.m.
avíos s.m.
enseres s.m.pl.
jarcia s.f.
polea s.f. (A problem, etc.)
v.
abordar v.
v.
agarrar v.
atajar v.
emprender v.
forcejear v.
'tækəl
I
noun
1) u (equipment)

sports tackle — equipo m de deporte

fishing tackle — aparejo m or avíos mpl de pesca

2) c (Sport) (in rugby, US football) placaje m, tacle m (AmL); (in soccer) entrada f fuerte
3) u (Naut) aparejo m, polea f

II
1.
transitive verb
1)
a) (come to grips with) \<\<problem\>\> enfrentar, abordar, tratar de resolver; \<\<subject\>\> tratar; \<\<task\>\> abordar, emprender

are you ready to tackle the garden now? — ¿estás listo para emprenderla con or atacar el jardín?

b) (confront) \<\<intruder/colleague\>\> enfrentar, enfrentarse con

it's high time you tackled him about the rent — ya es hora de que le plantees cara a cara lo del alquiler

2) (Sport) (in rugby, US football) placar*, taclear (AmL); (in soccer) entrarle a

2.
vi (Sport) placar*, taclear (AmL)
['tækl]
1. N
1) (=lifting gear) aparejo m , polea f ; (=ropes) jarcia f , cordaje m
2) (=equipment) equipo m , avíos mpl ; (fig) (=bits and pieces) cosas fpl , trastos mpl ; (also: fishing tackle) equipo m de pesca
3) (Ftbl) entrada f ; (Rugby) placaje m

flying tackle — placaje m en el aire

2. VT
1) (=attempt to deal with) [+ problem] abordar, enfrentar; [+ task] enfrentar, emprender

firemen tackled the blaze — los bomberos lucharon contra las llamas

can you tackle another helping? — ¿quieres comerte otra porción?

he tackled Greek on his own — emprendió el estudio del griego sin ayuda de nadie

2) (=grapple with) [+ thief, intruder] enfrentarse con; (fig) (=confront) encararse con

I'll have to tackle him about that money he owes me — voy a tener que encararme con él y plantearle lo del dinero que me debe

3) (Ftbl) entrar a; (Rugby) placar, taclear
3.
VI (Sport) placar, taclear
* * *
['tækəl]
I
noun
1) u (equipment)

sports tackle — equipo m de deporte

fishing tackle — aparejo m or avíos mpl de pesca

2) c (Sport) (in rugby, US football) placaje m, tacle m (AmL); (in soccer) entrada f fuerte
3) u (Naut) aparejo m, polea f

II
1.
transitive verb
1)
a) (come to grips with) \<\<problem\>\> enfrentar, abordar, tratar de resolver; \<\<subject\>\> tratar; \<\<task\>\> abordar, emprender

are you ready to tackle the garden now? — ¿estás listo para emprenderla con or atacar el jardín?

b) (confront) \<\<intruder/colleague\>\> enfrentar, enfrentarse con

it's high time you tackled him about the rent — ya es hora de que le plantees cara a cara lo del alquiler

2) (Sport) (in rugby, US football) placar*, taclear (AmL); (in soccer) entrarle a

2.
vi (Sport) placar*, taclear (AmL)

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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