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resolve

verb
 
/rɪˈzɒlv/ ( present participle resolving, past tense and past participle resolved) formal
to solve or end a problem or difficulty
해결하다
an attempt to resolve the dispute1098
to decide that you will certainly do something
다짐하다
I have resolved to lose some weight.
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