In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(equation/mystery) resolver(problem/conflict) solucionar(crossword puzzle) sacarto solve a crime — esclarecer un crimen
- to solve a riddle — encontrar la solución a una adivinanza/un enigma
- At the same time this policy solves their problems in re-entering the workforce.
- I need to watch the ‘extras’ to see if there are any clues to solving the mystery of it all.
- I finally solved the mystery of my grandfather having two graves, and visited both of them.
- You can remove and clean the sensor and that usually solves the problem.
- He is hoping to work with others such as the town council to try to solve the problem in various ways.
- First are solving the immediate problem by bringing in drivers from elsewhere in Yorkshire.
- They take the bags away so the rats don't have their food supply, but this is still not solving the problem.
- Narrative in each religion solves that problem for its respective adherents.
- So you are not actually solving the problem by giving it to somebody else.
- Now suppose that there were a single algorithm for solving all mathematical problems.
- And then when she solves the mystery, they cut back to her revealing it to the interested parties, a father and son.
- Ours is a reproducible model, and others may end up reproducing it and solving other problems.
- They are a great partner, we are happy together, we will solve the problem together.
- Give a specific example of a time when you used good judgment and logic in solving a problem.
- The first, essential step towards solving a problem is to admit that it exists.
- Let's try to unify the American people and govern in a way that solves problems.
- Occasionally, someone has a simple idea that solves a huge problem.
- His financial problems were solved, but he was spurned by the art establishment.
- Both believe the market solves all problems of efficiency and allocation.
- It solves the problem of trying to hide away messy cables and unsightly stereos.
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