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  • Her parents moved her to different schools to try to solve her problems.
  • These acts are believed to bring them a better life and solve their problems as well.
  • He means well, but usually ends up causing more problems than he solves.
  • The city has since turned to public transport in an attempt to solve this major problem.
  • Many of the problems above may require general intelligence to be considered solved.
  • Though the problems first appeared to be solved, they continued for many users.
  • The new king solved political questions only from a pure sense of duty.
  • Every third or fourth crime a player solves, he goes up in rank.
  • These studies have however been conducted largely based on individual problem solving of well-defined problems.
  • It solves the cross-platform and cross-site issues of personal information and data management.
  • The information obtained in this manner can be acted upon to solve problems.
  • The good news is that we've solved the murder of your husband.
  • The engine was abandoned later while the war went on and problems could not be solved.
  • Below is an example that is solved using both of these methods.
  • The human brain must also solve this problem in real time.
  • Then two significant events took place to solve the problem.
  • His murder was never solved, and no one has been charged in the crime.
  • Thought is constantly creating problems that way and then trying to solve them.
  • Each solved the problem of political authority in a different way.
  • They also solved many software digital mapping problems that other companies still use today.
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Meaning of solve

  • verb Find the solution to (a problem or question) or understand the meaning of
    did you solve the problem?, Work out your problems with the boss, this unpleasant situation isn't going to work itself out, did you get it?, Did you get my meaning?, He could not work the math problem