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Translation of "solve" - English-Spanish dictionary

solve

verb   /sɒlv/ ( present participle solving, past tense and past participle solved)
B1 to find the answer to something or to stop a problem solucionar We have solved the problem. Police are still no nearer to solving the crime.
(Definition of solve from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

solve

verb /solv/
to discover the answer to (a problem etc) resolver The mathematics teacher gave the children some problems to solve.
to clear up or explain (a mystery, crime etc) resolver That crime has never been solved.
(Definition of solve from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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