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work out
[verb]
Synonyms:
- solve, calculate, figure out, find out
- happen, develop, evolve, result, turn out
- exercise, practise, train, warm up
English Thesaurus: calculate, work out, figure out, count, total, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

work out phrasal verb (see also work)

1. PLAN work something ↔ out to think carefully about how you are going to do something and plan a good way of doing it:
UN negotiators have worked out a set of compromise proposals.
work out what/where/how etc
We need to work out how we’re going to get there.
I had it all worked out (=had made very careful plans).

2. CALCULATE work something ↔ out to calculate an answer, amount, price etc:
See if you can work this bill out.
work out how much/how many etc
We’ll have to work out how much food we’ll need for the party.

3. UNDERSTAND work something ↔ out especially British English to think about something and manage to understand it:
The plot is very complicated – it’ll take you a while to work it out.
work something out for yourself
I’m sure you can work it out for yourself.

4. COST if a cost or amount works out at a particular figure, it is found to be that much when you calculate it
work out at/to £10/$500 etc
The bill works out at £15 each.
work out expensive/cheap etc (=be expensive or cheap)
If we go by taxi, it’s going to work out very expensive.

5. GET BETTER if a problem or complicated situation works out, it gradually gets better or gets solved:
Things will work out, you’ll see.
I hope it all works out for Gina and Andy.
work itself out
I’m sure everything will work itself out.

6. HAPPEN if a situation works out in a particular way, it happens in that way Synonym : turn out
work out well/badly
Financially, things have worked out well for us.

7. EXERCISE to make your body fit and strong by doing exercises:
He works out with weights twice a week.workout

8. I can’t work somebody out British English spoken used to say that you cannot understand what someone is really like or why they behave in the way they do:
I couldn’t work her out at all.

9. be worked out if a mine is worked out, all the coal, gold etc has been removed from it

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

work out
work out (something)
to find a solution to something.
The committee met today and worked out a statement that everyone liked.

You can use a calculator to work out the problem, or you can work it out on paper.

1.
to develop in a satisfactory way.
It was too bad that my plan didn't work out.

Is your new job working out well?

2.
to get physical exercise.
I work out at the gym twice a week.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

work out something
work out (something)
to find a solution to something.
The committee met today and worked out a statement that everyone liked.

You can use a calculator to work out the problem, or you can work it out on paper.

1.
to develop in a satisfactory way.
It was too bad that my plan didn't work out.

Is your new job working out well?

2.
to get physical exercise.
I work out at the gym twice a week.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

work out
1.work out
1). accomplish, arrange
Recently we worked out a unique system for filling out our expenses at work.

2). exercise
He spends most weekends working out at the health club.

3). solve a problem
I was unable to work out the math problem on the final examination.

4). to have a specific result
I do not believe that the new plan is going to work out.

2.work out (a problem)
to solve a problem, to provide the details of something
I spent the weekend trying to work out the budget estimates for next year.

3.work out (for the best)
to end successfully
I hope that everything will work out for my friend when she moves to London next week.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

work out
v. phr.
1. To find an answer to.
John worked out his math problems all by himself.
Mary had trouble getting along with her roommate, but they worked it out.
Compare: FIGURE OUT.
2. To plan; develop.
Mary worked out a beautiful design for a sweater.
Alice worked out a new hair-do.
3. To accomplish; arrange.
The engineers worked out a system for getting electricity to the factory.
4. To be efficient; get results.
If the traffic plan works out, it will be used in other cities too.
5. To exercise.
John works out in the gym two hours every day.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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