Resolve - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- a formal expression by a meeting; agreed to by a vote (syn: declaration, resolution)
- reach a conclusion after a discussion or deliberation (syn: conclude)
- reach a decision (syn: purpose)
- make clearly visible
- cause to go into a solution (syn: break up, dissolve)
The brothers finally resolved their conflict.
The issue of the book's authorship was never resolved.
His speech did nothing to resolve doubts about the company's future.
They haven't been able to resolve their differences.
She resolved to quit smoking.
He resolved that he would start dating again.
The committee resolved to override the veto.
His comments were intended to weaken her resolve but they only served to strengthen it.
...a naval pilot who has been unwavering in his resolve to become an astronaut...
She resolved to work harder.
The committee resolved to authorize this step.
Success is gained by resolving on winning.
I am resolved on leaving this country.
This chemical substance can he resolved into an acid and oxygen.
Sometimes islands resolved into headlands.
present participle: resolving
past tense: resolved
past participle: resolved
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