- v. To be accountable or responsible to; to account to
“He did not give a concrete answer to Tyden's question whether he would return to politics after his second and final possible presidential tenure expires in 2013.”
“The home side, who were put into bat by Somerset, had no answer to Suppiah and the other two spinners, Murali Kartik and Max Waller, as they were dismissed for just 98 – their second-worst total in the tournament – in 17.4 overs of an 18-overs-a-side contest which was reduced because of rain.”
“In answer to her apology, Cat deliberately stuck her hand in her pocket and pulled out a handful of things—coins, fluff, string, pocketstuff.”
“Sleep deprivation is not the answer to your “too-long-to-do list.””
“Heine (Ueber Deutschland) saw that the Reformation was, in effect, a Teutonic answer to the”
“The answer to Qualis? asked of the concrete man, is talis = = such as so-and-so.”
“For this reason it is still more difficult to give a decided answer to the second question as to the connexion between the jubilus, which forms the basis of the sequence-melodies, and the Gregorian Alleluia.”
“The internet provides the answer to a host of research problems, but obscure trivia from long-forgotten books is one area where Gutenberg still holds sway.”
“If Uncle Fedya knows what was happening at the front during the war, if he knows where the Jews were hiding, he should know the answer to this question.”
“This is perhaps the best answer to give to the question, so much discussed by the old logicians, as to what kind of causative influence the premises exert on the conclusion.”
‘answer to’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for answer to.