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The example sentences of SOLVED in videos (15 in total of 232)

how wh-adverb they personal pronoun solved verb, past tense it personal pronoun proper noun, singular that wh-determiner is verb, 3rd person singular present what wh-pronoun makes verb, 3rd person singular present the determiner civil proper noun, singular war proper noun, singular balloons noun, plural so adverb fascinating adjective .
now adverb , you personal pronoun see verb, non-3rd person singular present if preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner entire adjective matter noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction truth noun, singular or mass and coordinating conjunction falsehood noun, singular or mass is verb, 3rd person singular present solved verb, past participle -
cases noun, plural these determiner can modal be verb, base form solved verb, past participle with preposition or subordinating conjunction newton proper noun, singular s proper noun, singular other adjective great adjective invention noun, singular or mass - calculus noun, singular or mass - to to give verb, base form
however adverb , not adverb everything noun, singular or mass was verb, past tense solved verb, past participle , there existential there were verb, past tense just adverb a determiner few noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction holes noun, plural in preposition or subordinating conjunction experiments noun, plural
but coordinating conjunction everything noun, singular or mass else adverb hold verb, base form up preposition or subordinating conjunction we personal pronoun 've verb, non-3rd person singular present pretty adverb much adverb solved verb, past participle quasars verb, 3rd person singular present we personal pronoun know verb, non-3rd person singular present what wh-pronoun they personal pronoun are verb, non-3rd person singular present
so adverb take verb, base form a determiner solved verb, past participle cube noun, singular or mass , ok proper noun, singular , so adverb maybe adverb a determiner solved verb, past participle cube noun, singular or mass like preposition or subordinating conjunction this determiner guy noun, singular or mass here adverb and coordinating conjunction then adverb we personal pronoun have verb, non-3rd person singular present
you personal pronoun may modal not adverb have verb, base form solved verb, past participle the determiner case noun, singular or mass , but coordinating conjunction you personal pronoun solved verb, past tense this determiner one cardinal number very adverb small adjective mystery noun, singular or mass !
two cardinal number girls noun, plural and coordinating conjunction they personal pronoun 've verb, non-3rd person singular present kind noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction solved verb, past participle all predeterminer the determiner big adjective problems noun, plural in preposition or subordinating conjunction their possessive pronoun lives noun, plural .
case noun, singular or mass that wh-determiner can modal be verb, base form solved verb, past participle with preposition or subordinating conjunction a determiner market noun, singular or mass study noun, singular or mass framework noun, singular or mass can modal also adverb be verb, base form solved verb, past participle with preposition or subordinating conjunction
we personal pronoun 've verb, non-3rd person singular present got verb, past participle a determiner 1 cardinal number solved verb, past participle for preposition or subordinating conjunction we personal pronoun 've verb, non-3rd person singular present got verb, past participle a determiner 3 cardinal number solved verb, past participle for preposition or subordinating conjunction we personal pronoun just adverb need verb, non-3rd person singular present to to solve verb, base form for preposition or subordinating conjunction a determiner sub noun, singular or mass 2 cardinal number now adverb
not adverb solved verb, past participle into preposition or subordinating conjunction it personal pronoun from preposition or subordinating conjunction these determiner layers noun, plural into preposition or subordinating conjunction top adjective , like preposition or subordinating conjunction that determiner so preposition or subordinating conjunction this determiner one cardinal number 's possessive ending not adverb
so adverb , if preposition or subordinating conjunction this determiner is verb, 3rd person singular present the determiner case noun, singular or mass , then adverb how wh-adverb can modal persistent adjective puzzles noun, plural actually adverb be verb, base form solved verb, past participle ?
this determiner is verb, 3rd person singular present something noun, singular or mass that wh-determiner is verb, 3rd person singular present easily adverb solved verb, past participle with preposition or subordinating conjunction longer adverb screws noun, plural because preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner holes noun, plural are verb, non-3rd person singular present already adverb
taxis noun, plural slack verb, non-3rd person singular present solved verb, past participle excess adjective emails noun, plural and coordinating conjunction meanings noun, plural and coordinating conjunction dropbox proper noun, singular saw verb, past tense file verb, base form syncing verb, gerund or present participle across preposition or subordinating conjunction devices noun, plural there existential there 's verb, 3rd person singular present
how wh-adverb to to do verb, base form unfortunately adverb i personal pronoun found verb, past tense this determiner youtube proper noun, singular tutorial adjective by preposition or subordinating conjunction jim proper noun, singular biv proper noun, singular which wh-determiner basically adverb solved verb, past participle

Use "solved" in a sentence | "solved" example sentences

How to use "solved" in a sentence?

  • Love was a delicious blend of warm and cold. There was comfort in making love. It solved no problems: but one could run away from problems.
    -Larry Niven-
  • Your life is not a problem to be solved, but an adventure to be enjoyed. You are doing better than you think.
    -Alan Cohen-
  • The monkeys solved the puzzle simply because they found it gratifying to solve puzzles. They enjoyed it. The joy of the task was its own reward.
    -Daniel H. Pink-
  • Problems are good, not bad. Welcome them and become the solution. When you have solved enough problems, people will thank you.
    -Mark Victor Hansen-
  • I would like the government to do all it can to mitigate, then, in understanding, in mutuality of interest, in concern for the common good, our tasks will be solved.
    -Warren G-
  • Dealing with failure is easy: Work hard to improve. Success is also easy to handle: You've solved the wrong problem. Work hard to improve.
    -Alan Perlis-
  • Life is not meant to be a burden. Life is not a problem to be solved. It is a blessing to be celebrated.
    -Joan D. Chittister-
  • At this very moment enormous numbers of intelligent men and women of goodwill are trying to build a better world. But problems are born faster than they can be solved.
    -B. F. Skinner-

Definition and meaning of SOLVED

What does "solved mean?"

/sälv/

solved

verb
find answer to, explanation for, or means of effectively dealing with.

What are synonyms of "solved"?
Some common synonyms of "solved" are:
  • answer,
  • resolve,
  • fathom,
  • decipher,
  • decode,
  • break,
  • interpret,
  • translate,

You can find detailed definitions of them on this page.

/ˈansər/

answer
noun verb

Reply to a question someone asks. To solve a test question or a problem.

/rəˈzälv/

resolve
noun verb

firm determination to do something. To change into something, other parts, etc..

/ˈfaT͟Həm/

fathom
noun verb

unit of length equal to six feet (1.8 metres), chiefly used in reference to depth of water. understand difficult problem or enigmatic person after much thought.

/dəˈsīfər/

decipher
verb

To uncover the meaning of something hard to read.

/dēˈkōd/

decode
noun verb

decoded message. To translate from code into the plain text.

/brāk/

break
noun verb

(Lucky) advantage or benefit from something. To solve a crime, or answer a problem.

/inˈtərprət/

interpret
verb

explain meaning of.

/transˈlāt/

translate
verb

To change words from one language into another.

What are antonyms of "solved"?
Some common antonyms of "solved" are:
  • encode,
  • complicate,
  • obfuscate,

You can find detailed definitions of them on this page.

/inˈkōd/

encode
verb

To change a message or information into code.

/ˈkämpləˌkāt/

complicate
verb

To make more difficult to do, understand or use.

/ˈäbfəˌskāt/

obfuscate
verb

make obscure or unintelligible.

Phrases and Idioms that contain "solved"

mystery solved

Said when one receives information that explains or illuminates something.

Said when one receives information that explains or illuminates something.