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solve

verb
 
/sɒlv/ ( present participle solving, past tense and past participle solved)
B1 to find the answer to something or to stop a problem
(問題を)解決する, 解く
We have solved the problem. Police are still no nearer to solving the crime.
Translations of “solve”
in Arabic يَحِلّ…
in Korean 문제를 해결하다…
in Malaysian menyelesaikan…
in French résoudre, élucider…
in Turkish çözmek, cevabını bulmak…
in Italian risolvere…
in Chinese (Traditional) 思索,思考…
in Russian решать, раскрывать…
in Polish rozwiązywać…
in Vietnamese giải, tìm ra lời giải, phá(án)…
in Spanish resolver…
in Portuguese resolver, solucionar…
in Thai แก้ปัญหา, อธิบาย…
in German lösen, klären…
in Catalan solucionar…
in Indonesian memecahkan, mengungkapkan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 思索,思考…
(Definition of solve from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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