Tackled the crossword yet? It's a stinker.
That depends (on) how to tackle the problem.
They use the tackle to lift the machine.
I don't know how to tackle this problem.
We have gained sufficient experience to tackle this problem.
It all depends on how you tackle the problem.
If Bill is late again, I'll tackle him about it.
They were fearful of tackling him.
Footballers must learn to tackle fearlessly.
The desynchronization attack is very difficult to tackle and still an open question.
With sharp eyes and keen sensibility, she has uncompromisingly tackled the hot issues in China.
He tackled his opponent.
He tackled the problem.
The policeman tackled the thief.
That big fullback tackles hard.
Harpoons and other fishing tackle appear at 18,000 years ago, as do bone spear throwers, or atlatls.
He is invariably alert, usually enthusiastic, and always willing to tackle a new problem, usually with verve and irrepressibility.
Or tackle some of the heavy stuff?
Why couldn't we more effectively tackle malnutrition?
Everyone has his problem to tackle.
We have tackled the issue of withholding taxes.
It needs to be tackled with education.
He bought some fishing tackle in the store.
Deep bunkers can be tackled in other ways.
That's a challenge that startup Iron Ox's tackling.
I saw some fishing tackle in that boat.
The vast tackles have now done their duty.
It's how politicians are meant to tackle crises.
Where machines have made very little progress is in tackling novel situations.
In the meantime, we can tackle quality of care.
To tackle the challenge of developing new malaria therapies.
Kids, let's practice some tackling drills.
My cousin hardly dared tackle it.
We 're trying to tackle this.
You ready to tackle your website?
Tackling corruption won't be easier either.
Next, we need to tackle the RL consonant cluster.