English translation of 'tacler'
Verb Table transitive verb
(Football) to tackle
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Example Sentences Including 'tacler'
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On peut donc tacler le traité, pourvu que l'arbitre n'y voie goutte.Le Monde (1998)
« On n'a même pas le droit de mentionner ces contradictions ; on se fait tacler par tout le monde.Libération (2003)
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Used Rarely. tacler is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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'tacler' in Other Languages
British English: tackle /ˈtækl/ NOUN
A tackle is when you try to take the ball away from someone in a game such as football.
...a tackle by the big full-back.
- American English: tackle
- Arabic: مُحَاوَلَةُ أَخْذِ الكُرَةِ مِنَ اللَاعِبِ الَاخِر
- Brazilian Portuguese: placagem
- Chinese: 抢球
- Croatian: pokušaj preuzimanja lopte
- Czech: zastavení útočícího hráče
- Danish: tackling
- Dutch: tackle
- European Spanish: entrada fútbol
- Finnish: taklaus
- French: tacler football
- German: Angriff Sport
- Greek: μαρκάρισμα
- Italian: attrezzatura
- Japanese: タックル
- Korean: 태클
- Norwegian: redskap
- Polish: szarża
- European Portuguese: placagem
- Romanian: blocaj
- Russian: оборудование
- Spanish: entrada acometida
- Swedish: redskap
- Thai: การยื้อยุดหยุดฝ่ายตรงข้ามในการครองลูกฟุตบอลหรือรักบี้
- Turkish: üstesinden gelme
- Ukrainian: перехоплення (спорт.)
- Vietnamese: hành động cản
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