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tackle:
 
n.
apparatus for raising or lowering heavy weights, consisting of a rope and pulley blocks; stopping an opposing player carrying the ball
tactic:
 
n. Syn. tactical
plan for attaining a particular goal; action calculated to achieve some end
tactics:
 
n. Syn. strategy; policy
strategy; policy; plan for attaining a particular goal
tactile:
 
a.
used for feeling; relating to sense of touch; perceptible to the sense of touch; tangible
tag:
 
v. Syn. attach; append
attach; append; provide with a name or nickname; label
talent:
 
n. Syn. aptitude; skill; gift
skill; gift; marked innate ability, as for artistic accomplishment
talented:
 
a. Syn. gifted; skilled
showing a natural gift for something
tame:
 
a.
domesticated; very restrained or quiet; make less strong or intense; soften
tap:
 
v. Syn. utilize
draw upon; strike lightly; make good use of
tape:
 
n.
long thin piece of cloth or paper; measuring instrument for length by narrow strip
tapeworm:
 
n.
ribbon-like flatworms
tar:
 
n.
sailor or seaman; thick, black, viscous liquid obtained by the distillation of wood, coal
target:
 
n.
reference point to shoot at; goal intended to be attained
tariff:
 
n.
tax on goods coming into a country
task:
 
v. Syn. undertake; labor
labor or study imposed by another; undertake; labor
team:
 
n. Syn. gang
a number of persons associated together in any work; a flock of wild ducks
tear:
 
v. Syn. separate
separate or be separated by force; divide or disrupt; fill with tears or shed tears
tease:
 
v.
tear into pieces; raise the fibers of
technical:
 
a.
having special skill or knowledge; according to principle; formal rather than practical; relating to technique
technician:
 
n.
one skilled particularly in the technical details of work