Definition of 'work out'
Example sentences containing 'work out'
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But after a while he said thoughtfully, `Needs a little work out here. BETTER THAN THIS (2002)She was trying to work out how she was going to fit Sutherland's orders into her strange relationship with Wilshere. THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2002)What she couldn't work out was how Carol's cover had been blown. THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)
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Translations for 'work out'
British English: work out /wɜːk aʊt/ VERB
If you work out a solution to a problem or mystery, you find the solution by thinking or talking about it.
They are planning to meet later today to work out a solution.
- American English: work out
- Arabic: يَحُلُّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: resolver
- Chinese: 计算出
- Croatian: riješiti
- Czech: najít řešení
- Danish: finde ud af
- Dutch: bedenken
- European Spanish: encontrar
- Finnish: laatia
- French: s’entraîner
- German: entschlüsseln
- Greek: επεξεργάζομαι
- Italian: risolvere
- Japanese: 考え出す
- Korean: 해결하다
- Norwegian: utarbeide
- Polish: zrealizować
- European Portuguese: resolver
- Romanian: a găsi o soluțiela ceva
- Russian: решить
- Spanish: resolver
- Swedish: träningspass
- Thai: แก้ปัญหาหรือวางแผนโดยการคิดไตร่ตรอง
- Turkish: çözmek
- Ukrainian: розробляти
- Vietnamese: tính toán
Definition of work out from the Collins English Dictionary
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