tacl, dacl, daclad, dacladau, hoffer, nhacl, nhaclad, nhacladau, offer, taclad, tacladau, taclau, thacl, thaclad, thacladaudaclo, taclo, daclasoch, dacla’, daclasit, daclasid, daclasent, daclasem, daclasech, daclasant, daclasai, daclant, daclan, daclaist, daclais, daclai, daclaf, daclith, dacloch, daclaswn, daclech, dacled, daclem, daclen, daclent, dacler, dacles, daclest, daclet, dacli, daclid, dacliff, daclir, daclodd, taclant, daclom, daclon, daclont, daclwch, daclwn, daclwyd, daclwyf, daclych, tacla, tacla’, taclaf, taclai, taclais, taclaist, taclent, taclan, taclasai, taclasant, taclasech, taclasem, taclasent, taclasid, taclasit, taclasoch, taclasom, taclaswn, taclech, tacled, taclem, dacla, taclwn, taclen, tacles, taclest, taclet, tacli, taclid, tacliff, taclir, taclith, tacloch, taclodd, taclom, taclon, taclont, tacler, thacli, thaclasech, thaclasant, thaclasai, thaclant, thaclan, thaclaist, thaclais, thaclai, thaclaf, thacla’, thacla, taclych, taclwyf, taclwch, taclwyd, thaclasem, thaclasent, thaclasid, thaclasit, thaclasoch, thaclasom, thaclaswn, thaclech, thacled, thaclem, thaclen, thaclent, thacler, thacles, thaclest, thaclet, daclasom, thaclid, thacliff, thaclir, thaclith, thaclo, thacloch, thaclodd, thaclom, thaclon, thaclont, thaclwch, thaclwn, thaclwyd, thaclwyf, thaclychtaclo, nhaclo
mynd i'r afael â
- mynd i'r afael âmynd i'r afael âmynd i'r afaelmynd i'r afael â
Noun(1) the person who plays that position on a football team(2) gear consisting of ropes etc. supporting a ship's masts and sails(3) gear used in fishing(4) (American football
Verb(1) accept as a challenge(2) put a harness(3) seize and throw down an opponent player, who usually carries the ball
(1) Healy put in a superb crunching tackle in the first few minutes that set the tone for the evening.(2) Wiltord runs at Cisse and is relieved of the ball by a wonderful tackle from Cisse, who's having a fantastic game.(3) The measures were introduced as part of a drive to tackle soaring levels of anti-social behaviour.(4) A network of experts is being set up across the country to tackle bullying in schools.(5) Over the winter I have equipped myself with tackle suitable for catching large pike.(6) My tackle tends to be much heavier than in Summer as I often have a wind blowing into my face.(7) As I walk toward the car, she is handed a steel box of fishing tackle , small but heavy, requiring two hands to manage.(8) After that, he'll probably be the top backup tackle .(9) Without a legitimate starting defensive tackle on their roster, the Eagles must get one.(10) Everybody is athletic enough to make that last-ditch tackle or cover that gap when someone is a bit tired.(11) The terminal tackle is heavy to minimise the effort in casting and to keep the soft bait on the hook.(12) Then came the call of one of the local sailors who was fixing the tackle on the side of the ship.(13) There were many bargains to choose from which included, shotgun cartridges, fishing tackle and animal foods.(14) police have launched an initiative to tackle rising crime(15) They pumped out water and used ropes and tackle to lift and pull pieces of the aircraft apart to conduct a search for hazardous components.(16) A shortage of cutting tools and tackle seem to be holding them up.
(1) fishing tackle :: offer pysgota
1. gear ::
3. block ::
4. rigging ::
5. fishing gear ::
6. come to grips with ::
yn dod i'r afael â
7. confront ::
8. take on ::
9. harness ::
Different Formstackle, tackled, tackles, tackling
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