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  • 1resolve into — index change Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2resolve into something — …

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  • 3resolve — ► VERB 1) settle or find a solution to. 2) decide firmly on a course of action. 3) (of a legislative body) take a decision by a formal vote. 4) (resolve into) reduce into (separate elements or a more elementary form). 5) (of something seen at a… …

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  • 4resolve — re|solve1 W3 [rıˈzɔlv US rıˈza:lv, rıˈzo:lv] v [T] [Date: 1300 1400; : Latin; Origin: resolvere to unloose , from solvere; SOLVE] 1.) to find a satisfactory way of dealing with a problem or difficulty = ↑solve →↑settle resolve a… …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 5resolve — 1 verb 1 (T) to find a satisfactory way of dealing with a problem or difficulty; settle: negotiations to resolve the dispute | There weren t enough beds, but the matter was resolved by George sleeping on the sofa. 2 (I, T) to make a definite… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 6resolve — I n. 1) to display, show resolve 2) to strengthen one s resolve 3) (a) firm resolve II v. 1) (D; tr.) to resolve into (to resolve an issue into several component parts) 2) (E) she resolved to work harder 3) (L) we resolved that we would resist to …

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  • 7resolve — [c]/rəˈzɒlv / (say ruh zolv) verb (resolved, resolving) –verb (t) 1. to fix or settle on by deliberate choice and will; determine (to do something). 2. Physics (of vector quantities) to divide into components. 3. to settle, determine, or state… …

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  • 8resolve — Synonyms and related words: abort, accommodate, adjust, adopt, agree, aim, aim at, alter into, ambition, analyze, anatomize, animus, answer, approve, arrange matters, ascertain, aspiration, aspire after, aspire to, assay, be after, be converted… …

    Moby Thesaurus

  • 9Resolve — Re*solve (r?*z?lv ), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Resolved} ( z?lvd ); p. pr. & vb. n. {Resolving}.] [L. resolvere, resolutum, to untie, loosen, relax, enfeeble; pref. re re + solvere to loosen, dissolve: cf. F. r[ e]soudare to resolve. See {Solve}, and… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 10resolve — [ri zälv′, rizôlv′] vt. resolved, resolving [ME resolven < L resolvere: see RE & SOLVE] 1. to break up into separate, constituent elements or parts; analyze 2. to change or transform: used reflexively [a discussion that resolved itself into an …

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  • 11Resolve — Re*solve (r? z?lv ), v. i. [The sense to be convinced, to determine comes from the idea of loosening, breaking up into parts, analyzing, hence, determining.] [1913 Webster] 1. To be separated into its component parts or distinct principles; to… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 12resolve — re·solve 1 /ri zälv/ vb re·solved, re·solv·ing vt 1: to deal with successfully: clear up resolve a dispute 2 a: to declare or decide by formal resolution and vote b: to change by resolution or formal vote …

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  • 13Into the Light — Into the Light …

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  • 14resolve — [[t]rɪzɒ̱lv[/t]] ♦♦♦ resolves, resolving, resolved 1) VERB To resolve a problem, argument, or difficulty means to find a solution to it. [FORMAL] [V n] We must find a way to resolve these problems before it s too late... [V n] They hoped the… …

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  • 15resolve — I. verb (resolved; resolving) Etymology: Middle English, from Latin resolvere to unloose, dissolve, from re + solvere to loosen, release more at solve Date: 14th century transitive verb 1. obsolete dissolve, melt 2 …

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  • 16resolve — resolver, n. /ri zolv /, v., resolved, resolving, n. v.t. 1. to come to a definite or earnest decision about; determine (to do something): I have resolved that I shall live to the full. 2. to separate into constituent or elementary parts; break… …

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  • 17resolve — v. & n. v. 1 intr. make up one s mind; decide firmly (resolve to do better). 2 tr. (of circumstances etc.) cause (a person) to do this (events resolved him to leave). 3 tr. (foll. by that + clause) (of an assembly or meeting) pass a resolution by …

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  • 18resolve — 1. verb 1) this matter cannot be resolved overnight Syn: settle, sort out, solve, find a solution to, fix, straighten out, deal with, put right, put to rights, rectify; informal hammer out, thrash out, figure out 2) Bob resolved not to wait any… …

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  • 19resolve — verb 1》 settle or find a solution to.     ↘Medicine cause (a symptom or condition) to heal or disappear. 2》 decide firmly on a course of action.     ↘(of a legislative body) take a decision by a formal vote. 3》 Music cause (a discord) to pass… …

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  • 20resolve something into — reduce a subject or statement by mental analysis into (separate elements or a more elementary form). → resolve …

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