- v. transitive To calculate.
- v. transitive To make sense of.
- v. transitive To smooth.
- v. intransitive To conclude with the correct solution.
- v. intransitive To succeed.
- v. intransitive To habitually exercise rigorously, especially by lifting weights, in order to increase strength or muscle mass or maintain fitness.
- v. transitive, intransitive Used other than as an idiom: see work, out.
- v. give a workout to
- v. find the solution to (a problem or question) or understand the meaning of
- v. work out in detail
- v. happen in a certain way, leading to, producing, or resulting in a certain outcome, often well
- v. be calculated
- v. make a mathematical calculation or computation
- v. come up with
- v. do physical exercise
“In the end it would all work out for Horatiuss family, but for one moment in 71 B.C. he held his breath.”
“Rogers principal concern was to try to work out the Henry K problem, and he specifically asked for ways that he could direct communications to the P directlyHenry caught me later and made it clear that his dissatisfaction is again reaching a peak, so we have a lot to do.”
“Dr. Kerr tells me steroids allow you to work out harder because they help you recover more quickly.”
“All it takes for many women is one date and shes already trying to work out what her future childrens names will be and whether the flowers in her bridal bouquet should match her husband-to-bes eyes.”
“Ada welcomed Alexander to Caria and proceeded to work out a deal with him.”
“Even though most innovative adopters of gammanym and hybrid corn were fully informed of the scientific evaluations that had been made of these new ideas, this information did not reduce their uncertainty about how the innovation would work out for them.”
“Laura, especially, couldn't work out why they stopped selling the gimp masks and the "harsher" restraints – "they're forgetting the fact that they have a licence," she said, indignant, as if she'd walked into an offie that only sold Schloer and Curly Wurlies.”
“Sharif Pasha having betrayed his allies in the National Party, both Urabi and Abdu were trying to work out how to recover the initiative.”
“I hope other moms can find self -love after they have a child and learn to work out and diet and do things right.”
“Still, I knew in my heart that we had grown apart during our long separation and something inside me suggested that things would work out all right; after a while, the pain eased and I began to admit Nelle and B. J. Frazer were right.”
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