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resolve

US [rɪˈzɑlv]
UK [rɪˈzɒlv]
  • v.决心;决定;解决(问题或困难);(经正式投票)作出决定
  • n.决心;坚定的信念
  • Web解析;分解;决议
Simple Present:resolves  Present Participle:resolving  Past Tense:resolved  
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v.
1.
[t]
~ sth/itself
解决(问题或困难)to find an acceptable solution to a problem or difficulty
to resolve an issue/a dispute/a conflict/a crisis
解决问题╱争端╱冲突╱危机
Both sides met in order to try to resolve their differences.
双方会晤以努力解决分歧。
2.
[t][i]
决心;决定to make a firm decision to do sth
He resolved not to tell her the truth.
他决定不告诉她真相。
She resolved (that) she would never see him again.
她决心再也不见他了。
We had resolved on making an early start.
我们已经决定早点动身。
3.
[t]
(经正式投票)作出决定,作出决议;表决to reach a decision by means of a formal vote
It was resolved that the matter be referred to a higher authority.
经过表决,决定把这件事提交给上级主管部门。
They resolved that the matter be referred to a higher authority.
他们经过表决,决定把这件事提交给上级主管部门。
The Supreme Council resolved to resume control over the national press.
最高委员会作出决议恢复对国家新闻机构的控制。
n.
1.
[u]
决心;坚定的信念strong determination to achieve sth
The difficulties in her way merely strengthened her resolve.
她所遇到的困难只是让她更加坚定。
The government reiterated its resolve to uncover the truth.
政府重申一定要查个水落石出。

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