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solve

Pronunciation: /sɑːlv; sɒlv/

Translation of solve in Spanish:

transitive verb/verbo transitivo

  • [mystery/equation] resolver*; [conflict/problem] solucionar; [crossword puzzle] sacar* to solve a crime esclarecer* un crimen to solve a riddle encontrar* la solución a una adivinanza/un enigma
    Example sentences
    • At the same time this policy solves their problems in re-entering the workforce.
    • They are a great partner, we are happy together, we will solve the problem together.
    • He is hoping to work with others such as the town council to try to solve the problem in various ways.

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