Definition of resolve in English:
- Sometimes, the most vexed problems are resolved through simple solutions.
- It is a big concern but we are working very hard on a solution to try and resolve the matter before it goes to court.
- Through that approach, persons with a dispute in the civil court are given the opportunity to resolve the matter with solutions that they devise.
- Giving capsules to children to resolve dietary deficiencies tells their families the problem is beyond their control.
- The first priority of the dentist is to alleviate pain and resolve infection.
- The patient was treated and the infection was resolved.
- Fever may resolve before respiratory symptoms appear.
- This condition may resolve without symptoms, or it may affect a variety of organs, depending on the patient.
- His hypertension and diabetes have resolved and his arthralgia has improved.
- Thus Skalkottas, although continuing the motivic development, follows the essential principle of traditional sonata form and resolves the previous harmonic tensions.
- Dissonant notes resolve in a conventional way, only to become part of an unexpected chord.
- Generally speaking, notes resolve in the direction of their inflection: upward- inflected notes resolve up, and downward-inflected notes resolve down.
- However, when he finally resolved on retreat a bizarre series of accidents enabled the Spaniards to occupy Bailén and cut off Dupont and a large portion of his army.
- And it was for that reason, because of all that fear, and want, and confusion, that I had eventually resolved on asking him to be friends.
- How can anger, or any other emotion or feeling, get someone to go against what they have deliberately resolved on doing?
- The meeting resolved that teachers had no choice but to resign in protest over the government's ‘negligence’.
- She said the meeting resolved that a joint committee should be established to find out why the service providers did not comply with the agreement.
- The decision was arrived at after a committee meeting which resolved that missing training is a sign of indiscipline in the sport.
- For example, in relaxed myofibrils, it was unclear whether each Tmod striation could be unambiguously resolved into separate thin filament profiles.
- Epstein et al. described sulphate uptake which was resolved into a saturable high-affinity phase and a non-saturable low-affinity phase.
- Malalignment can be resolved into two components.
- Edwards first argues that the idea of a body can be resolved into ideas of color and resistance.
- Because in proceeding thus we are only collecting by historical methodology the definitions at hand and resolving them into a general formula.
- O'Brien aims for nothing less than resolving this dialectic into an integrated whole, often by means of a metafictional discourse in which his characters and narrators engage in the dialectic themselves.
- If they are separated by more than two millimeters (one-twelfth of an inch) then the telescope can resolve them as being separate, at least in principle.
- These were visual binaries - stars that could be resolved by eye using a good instrument.
- With the aid of his telescope, Galileo could resolve thousands of new stars which were invisible to the naked eye.
- For the detector to resolve two peaks, one pixel between the two peaks must receive a lower signal than its neighbors.
- However, the longer acquisition time is compensated by the information that can be extracted from the spatially resolved spectra.
- This method was used to resolve the monoanion spectra in a range of solvent-water mixtures.
- Harriot resolved the forces acting on the projectile into horizontal and vertical components.
- Therefore each velocity vector is resolved in a component u in the x-direction and a component v in the y-direction.
- These water movements and, therefore, the resulting forces can be resolved at each point into vertical and horizontal components.
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- Having taken our decision, this country will now pursue our aims with firm resolve and with determination.
- This will require our country to unite in steadfast determination and resolve.
- Very few of us have that firm resolve in ourselves to do what we are really passionate about.
- A resolution does not carry any force of law; it expresses the resolve of a legislative body by drawing attention and awareness to an important subject.
- The successful outcome of this dispute will also serve as a warning to management who doubted the resolve of union members.
- Meanwhile the resolve of some 18,000 engineers and technical workers to continue walking the picket lines remains strong.
- Example sentences
- But in Timor's case, the facts of the situation made it an eminently resolvable problem, and one of my complaints about the media would be its failure to articulate the underlying facts and their resolvability.
- Because of the limited resolvability of complex decays available from all instruments, these nonexponential intensity decays can be equally well fit to the multiexponential decay law.
- Also note that ‘resolvability’ is defined on pairs of sites, rather than on double heterozygotes.
- Example sentences
- Some disputes might, by law, not be arbitrable - for instance, child custody disputes might not be fully resolvable by arbitration, because they involve the interest of the children, who have not agreed to the arbitration.
- Equally, international diplomacy generally assumes that any dispute is ultimately resolvable through compromise and negotiation.
- Neither question is analytically resolvable: the answers turn on value judgments, not analytical findings.
- Example sentences
- Conflict resolvers try to work with both or many sides on many levels, in order to bring long-term peace and justice through mutual acknowledgement of the other sides' interests and needs.
- What is required to be a successful resolver of personnel disputes is not the same as what is required to be good operationally; do you agree?
- Successful resolvers controlled their environments, avoided situations that might lead them to relapse and rewarded themselves for changing.
Late Middle English (in the senses 'dissolve, disintegrate' and 'solve (a problem)'): from Latin resolvere, from re- (expressing intensive force) + solvere 'loosen'.
solve from Late Middle English:
The early senses of solve were ‘loosen, dissolve, untie’; the source is Latin solvere ‘loosen, unfasten’. Other words sharing this base are late Middle English soluble and solution, and mid 17th century solvent. From the same Latin root come absolve (Late Middle English) ‘loosen from’; dissolve (Late Middle English) ‘loosen apart’; dissolute (Late Middle English) of loose morals; and resolve (Late Middle English) ‘thoroughly loosen’.
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