tackle vs deal with
Here are two example sentences with the word 'tackle':
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Is it possible to change the word 'tackle' for deal with or analyze?
What could be the subtle meanings in 'tackle' not easy to identify for a non-native speaker?
Thank you for the time and help.
Last edited by vectra; 27-Mar-2011 at 07:10.
Re: tackle vs deal with
'Tackle' may suggest that more difficulties are expected than with 'deal with'.
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