Meaning of TAME in English
I. tame 1 /teɪm/ BrE AmE adjective
[ Language: Old English ; Origin: tam ]
1 . a tame animal or bird is not wild any longer, because it has been trained to live with people OPP wild :
2 . informal dull and disappointing:
Most of the criticism has been pretty tame.
I decided that teaching was too tame for me.
3 . [only before noun] British English used to describe a person who is willing to do what other people ask, even if it is slightly dishonest:
If you have a tame doctor, he might give you a sick note.
—tameness noun [uncountable]
II. tame 2 BrE AmE verb [transitive]
1 . to reduce the power or strength of something and prevent it from causing trouble:
The Prime Minister managed to tame the trade unions.
2 . to train a wild animal to obey you and not to attack people SYN domesticate :
The Asian elephant can be tamed and trained.
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English. Longman - Словарь современного английского языка. 2012