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English translation of 's’attaquer à'

s’attaquer à

[adversaire] to take on

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's’attaquer à' in Other Languages

British English: tackle /ˈtækl/ VERB
If you tackle a difficult task, you start dealing with it in a determined way.
They will need help to tackle the crisis.
  • American English: tackle
  • Arabic: يُعَالِجُ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: enfrentar
  • Chinese: 处理
  • Croatian: odlučno prionuti poslu
  • Czech: vypořádat se s problémem, úkolem
  • Danish: tackle
  • Dutch: aanpakken
  • European Spanish: abordar
  • Finnish: tarttua toimeen
  • French: s’attaquer à
  • German: angehen
  • Greek: μαρκάρω
  • Italian: affrontare
  • Japanese: 取り組む
  • Korean: (문제에) 착수하다
  • Norwegian: takle
  • Polish: szarżować
  • European Portuguese: enfrentar
  • Romanian: a aborda
  • Russian: приниматься
  • Spanish: abordar
  • Swedish: tackla
  • Thai: จัดการ
  • Turkish: üstesinden gelmek
  • Ukrainian: перехоплювати
  • Vietnamese: xử lý


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