Verb
1. come up with;
2. happen in a certain way, leading to, producing, or resulting in a certain outcome, often well;
3. work out in detail;
4. do physical exercise;
5. be calculated;
6. make a mathematical calculation or computation
7. find the solution to (a problem or question) or understand the meaning of;
8. give a work-out to;
Work out how much all these things will cost.
Work out the full weekly rent, plus your rates.
I can't work out how to do it.
Can you work out on the map where we are now?
These athletes work out at the gym for two hours every day.
If Jane would do some of Mary's typing, that would even the work out.
We're trying to work out a way to make the system foolproof.
To be honest, we used to spin our work out and try to kill time in the old society.
Neither the teacher nor his students know how to work out the problem.
This problem will not work out.
When you began to work, you might work out a practical scheme.
I could work out that problem standing on my head.
To work out a plan, one has to start with investigation.
The three parties will meet next month to work out remaining differences.
With conventional insurance policies it is difficult to work out accurately the replacement value of your possessions.
That argument apart, it is for the Germans themselves to work out how their forces should come together.
I hope it will work out well.
Negotiators must now work out how to reconcile these demands with American demands for access.
There was an interim before her successor actually came because she had to work out her notice.
While the lads are golfing, I work out in the gym.
One of the ways people experience loss is when relationships don't work out.
What if this doesn't work out?
Work out what situations or people make you feel stressed and avoid them.
They are cutting costs by subcontracting work out to other local firms.
I suggest that you work out a careful rota which will make it clear who tidies the room on which day.
Because of the law in Ireland, we had to work out a way of getting her over to Britain.
Work out at a gym or swim twice a week.
It is proving hard to work out the value of bankrupt firms' assets.
It will probably work out cheaper to hire a van and move your own things.
There is relatively little information about work out, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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