|defensive tackle||Savunma takımı|
|football defensive tackle||Futbol savunma mücadele|
|left tackle||Sol mücadele|
|offensive tackle||Saldırgan mücadele|
|right tackle||Doğru mücadele|
Yayınlar ve örnek cümleler
The New York Times
· A Hand on Your Shoulder →
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· Seattle police officer caught kneeling on the necks of multiple George Floyd protestors →
A man wearing an orange sweatshirt could be seen being tackled to the ground by multiple officers, as one placed their knee of his neck while restraining his arms.
· Hasbro: Potential Buy On Dips Before Holidays →
In other words, Hasbro is set to transform itself into a company that is ready to tackle the digital age and beyond.
· Zimbabwe lockdown: Grandmothers offer free therapy →
Some grandmothers in Zimbabwe are offering free therapy sessions to tackle these mental health difficulties during the coronavirus lockdown.
· Manchester tower block residents ineligible for £1bn recladding fund →
“We need the government to recognise that the money that has been set aside is simply too small to tackle the scale of the problem.”
The China Post
· AMERICAN DIARY: To be black and a journalist at this moment →
Barack Obama, the nation’s first and only black president, tackled what getting back to normal means for African Americans in a statement Friday about George Floyd’s death.