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What is another word for working out?

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Noun
Physical training or exercise
“You may need to engage in some extra working out or calorie restriction to lose that stubborn body fat.”
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The act or process of determining the amount or number of something mathematically
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The action of conducting business
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Working out with weights
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The act of formulating of a course of action
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The action of solving a problem or contentious matter
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The gradual development of something
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Verb
Comprehending what someone is saying
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“I just cannot work out what he is trying to tell us.”
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Present participle for to arrive at an answer through logic or arithmetic
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“It was fun being able to finally work out the crossword puzzle.”
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Present participle for to total or amount to a given (calculated) value
“All of your items will work out to a total of fifty dollars.”
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Present participle for to produce or develop, especially through effort or analysis
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“Let's get together and work out a solution to this problem.”
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Present participle for to achieve or complete, especially through effort or analysis
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“We were able to work out a simpler way of reporting and an ethical way of recording student participation.”
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Present participle for to settle or come to terms on a particular arrangement
“Both parties were finally able to work out a comprehensive deal after much negotiation.”
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Present participle for to eventuate or turn out, especially based on expectations
“You must be willing to face lack and rejection along with the reality that things never do work out the way you planned anyway.”
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Present participle for to be successful (as planned)
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“This strategy will work out for Roger if interest rates rise in the near future.”
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Present participle for to learn or discover, especially through studying or searching
“The goal of science, which it sometimes reaches, is to work out facts that belong to nature.”
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Present participle for to engage in vigorous physical exercise
“I need to work out to maintain my muscle tone.”
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(of a place, substance, or scientific phenomenon) Present participle for to be the first to find or observe
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Present participle for resolve, fix
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Present participle for to establish or make a determination on the nature of someone or something
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Present participle for to attempt to predict or anticipate
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Present participle for to perform a fictitious role
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Present participle for get rid of by work or effort
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Present participle for to happen
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Present participle for to arrive at a judgment or opinion by reasoning
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Present participle for to withstand scrutiny or criticism
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Present participle for to come to an end in a particular way
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Piecing together
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Present participle for to come to a judgment
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Present participle for to advance or to promote the growth of
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Present participle for to teach by rigorous and repeated exercises or training
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Present participle for to do something repeatedly so as to become skilled
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Present participle for to develop gradually
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Present participle for to develop or progress
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Present participle for to explain meticulously or in great detail
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