Dodge and Tackle


Dodge verb - To move suddenly aside or to and fro.

Tackle is an antonym for dodge.

Nearby Words: dodged, dodger, dodging


Tackle verb - To start work on energetically.

Dodge is an antonym for tackle in topics: make an effort, jump on and grab.

Nearby Words: tackled, tackling

How words are described

full full dodge full tackle
nice nice dodge nice tackle
normal normal dodge normal tackle
regular regular dodge regular tackle
Other adjectives: legal, strong, actual, aerial, triple.

Common collocations

parts dodge parts tackle parts
issue dodge issue tackle issue
time dodge time tackle time
way dodge way tackle way
Other words: issues, enemies, games.

Both words in one sentence

  • Tabletop Game / Blood Bowl The most obvious example is tackle, which serves solely to cancel the effects of the Dodge skill, and therefore is nearly useless unless you're facing many agile teams.
  • In addition to the team re-rolls, various players on the team can learn skills that grant them re-rolls in certain situations, such as when catching or throwing a pass, or trying to dodge out of an opponent's tackle zone.
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