VERB (果断或高效地)应对，博彩网，处理，解决(难题或任务) If you tackle a difficult problem or task, you deal with it in a very determined or efficient way.
The first reason to tackle these problems is to save children's lives...
Firemen later tackled the blaze.
VERB (曲棍球、足球等比赛中)抢断，阻截，铲断;(英式、美式橄榄球比赛中)擒抱摔倒 If you tackle someone in a game such as hockey or football, you try to take the ball away from them. If you tackle someone in rugby or American football, you knock them to the ground.
Foley tackled the quarterback.
VERB (坦率地)与…交谈，与…交涉 If you tackle someone about a particular matter, you speak to them honestly about it, usually in order to get it changed or done.
I tackled him about how anyone could live amidst so much poverty.
VERB 攻击;与…打架 If you tackle someone, you attack them and fight them.
He claims Pasolini overtook and tackled him, pushing him into the dirt.
N-UNCOUNT (体育等活动的)器具，器材;（尤指）渔具 Tackle is the equipment that you need for a sport or activity, especially fishing.
N-UNCOUNT （吊拉物体用的）索具，滑轮组 Tackle is the equipment, usually consisting of ropes and pulleys, needed for lifting or pulling something.
I finally hoisted him up with a block and tackle.