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work out

  • EN [ wɜːk aʊt]
  • US [ wɜːrk aʊt]

English definition


  • 1. come up with;

    • "His colleagues worked out his interesting idea"
    • "We worked up an ad for our client"
  • 2. happen in a certain way, leading to, producing, or resulting in a certain outcome, often well;

    • "Things worked out in an interesting way"
    • "Not everything worked out in the end and we were disappointed"
  • 3. work out in detail;

    • "elaborate a plan"
  • 4. do physical exercise;

    • "She works out in the gym every day"
  • 5. be calculated;

    • "The fees work out to less than $1,000"
  • 6. make a mathematical calculation or computation

  • 7. 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"
  • 8. give a work-out to;

    • "Some parents exercise their infants"
    • "My personal trainer works me hard"
    • "work one's muscles"

Example sentences

  • 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.


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