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Love - THE FEELING - is a fruit of love, the verb.Stephen R. Covey
Third person singular
- (transitive) (with object after out) To calculate.
- Can you work out 250 × 12 in your head for me?
- (transitive) To make sense of.
- I can't work these instructions out.
- Can you work out how to get to the university by car?
- (transitive) (with object between work and out) To extract gradually.
- Using some tweezers, he worked the bee sting out of his hand.
- (intransitive) To conclude with the correct solution.
- These figures just don't work out.
- (intransitive) To succeed.
- Are you still seeing John? - No, it didn't work out.
- (intransitive) To habitually exercise rigorously, especially by lifting weights, in order to increase strength or muscle mass or maintain fitness.
- Wow, you're looking good! Do you work out?
- 1971, Carol King, “So Far Away”, Tapestry, Ode Records
- If I could only work this life out my way / I’d rather spend it bein' close to you.
To habitually exercise rigorously
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