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To arrive at an answer through logic
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“It was fun being able to finally work out the crossword puzzle.”
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To engage in vigorous physical exercise
“I need to work out to maintain my muscle tone.”
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To turn out based on expectations
“Things don't always work out that way.”
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To be successful as planned
“Everything would work out as planned.”
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To understand (something)
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“I cannot work out what is going on here!”
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To produce or develop, especially through effort
“Let's get together and work out a solution to this problem.”
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To be calculated at
“All of your items will work out to a total of fifty dollars.”
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Conceive, dream up
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Compute or estimate amount
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Figure out, understand
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To establish what something or who someone is
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Score high marks
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To criticize or correct, often by hindsight, by presuming to have a better idea, method, etc.
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Keep in shape
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To Take on a role (in the sense an actor has a role) and enacting or playing that character
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Piece together
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Sort itself out
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Complete or agree on a finished and definitive version of
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Obtain or bring about by discussion
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Get rid of by work or effort
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Pull something off
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To withstand scrutiny or criticism
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Prepare for physical exertion or a performance by exercising or practising gently beforehand
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To express internal feelings or thoughts
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To provide comfort or assuagement to
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Quickly become friendly or intimate
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To develop or be developed
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To advance or to promote the growth of
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To unfasten a lock or door
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(slang, idiomatic) To increase one's muscle mass through exercise
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To work out or be resolved
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Deal or trade in something, typically illegal
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To free from a tangled or twisted state
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To do, carry through, conduct, or perform some action
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(elaborate on) Add more detail concerning what has already been said
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A pricking of conscience or a feeling of regret, especially one which is slight or fleeting
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Instruction or training in military exercises
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