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Definitions of resolve

  1.   make clearly visible; " can this image be resolved?"
  2.   Anything resolved or determined: resolution: fixed purpose.
  3.   make clearly visible, as of images in optics
  4.   Fixedness of purpose; a fixed determination; resolution.
  5.   To separate into elements; analyse; explain; decide.
  6.   To reduce to simple parts or first principles; to analyse; to clear of difficulties; to explain; to determine in one's own mind; to fix in a determination; to decide; to purpose; to constitute by vote or formal declaration; in med., to disperse or scatter, as a tumour.
  7.   To cause to perceive or understand; to acquaint; to inform; to convince; to assure; to make certain.
  8.   To separate into parts: to analyze: to free from doubt or difficulty: to explain: to decide: to fix by resolution or formal declaration: ( math.) to solve: ( med.) to disperse, as a tumor: ( music) to carry a discord into a concord.
  9.   Anything resolved; fixed purpose.
  10.   The act of resolving or making clear; resolution; solution.
  11.   To determine or decide in purpose; to make ready in mind; to fix; to settle; as, he was resolved by an unexpected event.
  12.   reach a decision; " he resolved never to drink again"
  13.   find the solution; " solve an equation"; " solve for x"
  14.   To let the tones ( as of a discord) follow their several tendencies, resulting in a concord.
  15.   a formal expression by a meeting; agreed to by a vote
  16.   To be settled in opinion; to be convinced.
  17.   To form a purpose; to make a decision; especially, to determine after reflection; as, to resolve on a better course of life.
  18.   bring to an end; settle conclusively; " The case was decided"; " The judge decided the case in favor of the plaintiff"; " The father adjudicated when the sons were quarreling over their inheritance"
  19.   To relax; to lay at ease.
  20.   To return or cause to return to the normal without suppuration, said of a phlegmon or other form of inflammation.
  21.   Fixed purpose of mind; settled determination; legal determination; resolution of a corporation or association.
  22.   To express, as an opinion or determination, by resolution and vote; to declare or decide by a formal vote; - followed by a clause; as, the house resolved ( or, it was resolved by the house) that no money should be apropriated ( or, to appropriate no money)
  23.   Resolvable.
  24.   Fixed purpose; determination; that which has been determined on; a resolution.
  25.   To decide absolutely; form a fixed purpose; determine.
  26.   To determine; to determine by vote; to dissolve; to separate into its elements; to be settled in opinion.
  27.   To change or convert by resolution or formal vote; - used only reflexively; as, the house resolved itself into a committee of the whole.
  28.   To separate into parts; analyze.
  29.   That which has been resolved on or determined; decisive conclusion; fixed purpose; determination; also, legal or official determination; a legislative declaration; a resolution.
  30.   find the solution to; " solve an equation"
  31.   cause to go into a solution; " The recipe says that we should dissolve a cup of sugar in two cups of water"
  32.   To be separated into its component parts or distinct principles; to undergo resolution.
  33.   reach a conclusion after a discussion or deliberation
  34.   the trait of being resolute; firmness of purpose; " his resoluteness carried him through the battle"; " it was his unshakeable resolution to finish the work"
  35.   To determine.
  36.   To melt; to dissolve; to become fluid.
  37.   To reduce to simple or intelligible notions; - said of complex ideas or obscure questions; to make clear or certain; to free from doubt; to disentangle; to unravel; to explain; hence, to clear up, or dispel, as doubt; as, to resolve a riddle.
  38.   To change in form by formal vote; as, the board resolved itself into a committee; reduce to simpler form; as, the matter resolves itself into a mere question of right and wrong; separate into the parts of which the whole is made up; as, to resolve a word into its elements; explain; as, to resolve a mystery; work out or solve, as a problem; decide; determine; as, he resolved to do better; adopt by vote.
  39.   To separate the component parts of; to reduce to the constituent elements; - said of compound substances; hence, sometimes, to melt, or dissolve.
  40.   To solve, as a problem, by enumerating the several things to be done, in order to obtain what is required; to find the answer to, or the result of.
  41.   Fixed purpose of mind; determination.
  42.   To dispere or scatter; to discuss, as an inflammation or a tumor.
  43.   bring to an end; settle conclusively, as of a conflict; " The case was decided"; " The judge decided the case in favor of the plaintiff"; " The father adjudicated when the sons were quarreling over their inheritance"
  44.   To separate or be separated into elements or parts; come to a determination.
  45.   understand the meaning of; " The question concerning the meaning of life cannot be answered"
  46.   To separate a complex body or idea into simple parts or elements; to analyse; to unravel; to solve; to explain; to determine; to settle in an opinion; to make certain; to melt; to form or constitute by resolution; to determine on; to disperse, as an inflammation or tumour.

Quotes of resolve

  1. An espionage organization is a collector: it collects raw information. That gets processed by a machinery that is supposed to resolve its reliability, and to present a finished product. – Aldrich Ames
  2. Resolve to be thyself: and know that he who finds himself, loses his misery. – Matthew Arnold
  3. There comes a time when deceit and defiance must be seen for what they are. At that point, a gathering danger must be directly confronted. At that point, we must show that beyond our resolutions is actual resolve – Dick Cheney
  4. I'm confident in our resolve to make the decisions necessary to keep our country and our people safe and prosperous and I look forward to representing the citizens of Pennsylvania's 6th Congressional District for the next two years. – Jim Gerlach
  5. The progressive movement against the war of occupation in Iraq is a reason for hope, as is resistance to free trade agreements in Latin America. Those are moments that we have to celebrate: that people still find the resolve and energy to resist. – Danny Glover
  6. President Bush has shown great leadership. He has said that the 21st century will not be ruled or dictated by terrorists, dictators, and murderers. He is absolutely right. God bless him for his resolve – Lindsey Graham
  7. And if you cannot remain indifferent, you must resolve to throw your weight into that balance in which the fate and condition of man is weighed. – Lajos Kossuth
  8. It is possible to resolve childhood repression safely and without confusion- something that has always been disputed by the most respected schools of thought. – Alice Miller
  9. Resolve never to quit, never to give up, no matter what the situation. – Jack Nicklaus
  10. You want to suggest something new, but at the same time, resolve the drama of the action in the novel. – Michael Ondaatje
  11. Science cannot resolve moral conflicts, but it can help to more accurately frame the debates about those conflicts. – Heinz R. Pagels
  12. What the Dalai Lama had to resolve was whether to stay in Tibet or leave. He wanted to stay, but staying would have meant the total destruction of Tibet, because he would have died and that would have ripped the heart out of his people. – Martin Scorsese
  13. Together with international unity and resolve we can meet the challenge of this global scourge and work to bring about an international law of zero tolerance for terrorism. – Manmohan Singh
  14. In this present culture, we need to find the means to work and live together with less aggression if we are to resolve the serious problems that afflict and impede us. – Margaret J. Wheatley

Usage examples for resolve

  1. How shall I resolve you of that, Mrs. Plumfield? ” – Queechy, Volume II by Elizabeth Wetherell
  2. “ Is not the very resolve that it shall not be an adventure a token? ” – The Clever Woman of the Family by Charlotte M. Yonge
  3. He had made a resolve and intended to keep it; he would put this secret with which he had been entrusted behind his back, and would wander about the world with Madge and- her father. ” – The Mystery of a Hansom Cab by Fergus Hume
  4. The same moment the thought was a resolve – Thomas Wingfold, Curate by George MacDonald
  5. He could not resolve how to act. ” – The Emancipated by George Gissing
  6. One more attempt I made to induce her to alter her resolve – The Shame of Motley by Raphael Sabatini
  7. He took time to resolve upon a matter; but, when once his resolution was fixed, his will was iron, and his heart was stone. ” – Bred in the Bone by James Payn
  8. On the other hand, the exercise of her free- will in a fast resolve was growing all the more a privilege that he was bound to respect. ” – The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith by George Meredith
  9. “ I assure you I approve your resolve – Vendetta A Story of One Forgotten by Marie Corelli
  10. “ I was in a fearful state of perplexity, as I always was whenever it was necessary for me to resolve and I felt that I could not do so. ” – The Memoires of Casanova, Complete The Rare Unabridged London Edition Of 1894, plus An Unpublished Chapter of History, By Arthur Symons by Jacques Casanova de Seingalt
  11. “ A resolve to write to him some day began to shape itself in her mind. ” – Georgina of the Rainbows by Annie Fellows Johnston
  12. His resolve was taken. ” – The Life of Napoleon I (Volumes, 1 and 2) by John Holland Rose
  13. We can resolve not to turn away from them, even though they make us ashamed. ” – The Good News of God by Charles Kingsley
  14. All this seemed to puzzle the porter, but certainly made no impression upon his resolve – The Living Link by James De Mille
  15. The instant this resolve was formed, the honest- hearted hunter felt better. ” – The Riflemen of the Miami by Edward S. Ellis
  16. And how many times did she not resolve to speak that word? ” – Tales From Two Hemispheres by Hjalmar Hjorth Boysen
  17. Pale and erect he stood- neither fear, nor anger, nor menace- but deep grief and high resolve upon his features! ” – Rienzi by Edward Bulwer Lytton
  18. “ For Ruth had made a great resolve she would try to let Lafayette know that the English General meant to do his best to take him a prisoner to England. ” – A Little Maid of Old Philadelphia by Alice Turner Curtis
  19. This made me resolve should he not be better in the morning, to remain there another day. ” – In the Wilds of Africa by W.H.G. Kingston
  20. Every thought was his, every resolve every joy. ” – The Tides of Barnegat by F. Hopkinson Smith