tackling

EnglishEdit

VerbEdit

tackling

  1. present participle of tackle

NounEdit

tackling (plural tacklings)

  1. The process by which something is tackled or dealt with.
    • 1915, Ford Madox Ford, When Blood is Their Argument: An Analysis of Prussian Culture:
      His struggle with the Church ended in his voyage to Canossa; his tacklings of the problems of industrialism may be said to have reached their high-water mark when, thirty years before this country even approached the problem, []
  2. (nautical) The tackle of a vessel.
  3. The harness for drawing a carriage.