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To decide or settle (a dispute, for example) conclusively and authoritatively.
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  1. To decide or settle (a dispute, for example) conclusively and authoritatively.
  2. To settle (a dispute, question, etc.) conclusively; decide
  3. To decide; resolve
  1. To smooth.
  2. (Intransitive) Used other than as an idiom: see work,"Ž out.
  3. (With object after out) To calculate.
To arrive at (a conclusion, judgment, or opinion) by the process of reasoning:
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  1. To arrive at (a conclusion, judgment, or opinion) by the process of reasoning:
  2. To come to a decision or agreement:
  3. To decide; determine
To gain possession of:
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  1. To gain possession of:
  2. To gain through experience; come by:
  3. To come to have as one's own; get possession of
To succeed in gaining possession of as the result of planning or endeavor; acquire.
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  1. To succeed in gaining possession of as the result of planning or endeavor; acquire.
  2. To get possession of, esp. by some effort; procure
  3. (Archaic) To arrive at; reach or achieve
To bring about; effect:
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  1. To bring about; effect:
  2. To obtain sexual partners for others.
  3. To get by special effort; obtain or acquire:
To bring into being; esp., to create (something original); invent
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  1. To bring into being; esp., to create (something original); invent
  2. To bring into being; create or start:
  3. To come into being; begin; start
To come into being; originate
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  1. To come into being; originate
  2. To result or spring (from)
  3. To result, issue, or proceed:
To remove the stem or stems from (a fruit, etc.)
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  1. To remove the stem or stems from (a fruit, etc.)
  2. The main, often long or slender part of a plant that usually grows upward above the ground and supports other parts, such as branches and leaves. Plants have evolved a number of tissue arrangements in the stem. Seedless vascular plants (such as mosses and ferns) have primary vascular tissue in an inner core, a cylindrical ring, or individual strands scattered amid the ground tissue. In eudicots, magnoliids, and conifers, the stem develops a continuous cylindrical layer or a ring of separate bundles of vascular tissue (including secondary vascular tissue) embedded in the ground tissue. In monocots and some herbaceous eudicots, individual strands of primary vascular tissue are scattered in the ground tissue.
  3. To remove the stem of:
To come down (from a source, as from an ancestor)
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  1. To come down (from a source, as from an ancestor)
  2. To proceed or progress downward, as in rank, pitch, or scale:
  3. To be related by genetic descent from an individual or individuals in a previous generation:
To result, issue, or proceed:
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  1. To result, issue, or proceed:
  2. To result or spring (from)
  3. To come into being; originate
To be due or owed (to)
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  1. To be due or owed (to)
  2. In the first person, with relation to the person addressed
  3. To get to be; become
To send forth; emit
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  1. To send forth; emit
  2. To come or send forth, as from a source:
  3. To come forth; issue, as from a source
(Geol.) To change in shape under pressure without breaking or splitting, as ice in a glacier or rocks deep in the earth
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  1. (Geol.) To change in shape under pressure without breaking or splitting, as ice in a glacier or rocks deep in the earth
  2. To move or run smoothly with unbroken continuity, as in the manner characteristic of a fluid.
  3. To come in; rise, as the tide
To print or publish; put forth and circulate; give out publicly or officially
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  1. To print or publish; put forth and circulate; give out publicly or officially
  2. To flow, go, or come out:
  3. To come as revenue; accrue
To bring into being; esp., to create (something original); invent
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  1. To bring into being; esp., to create (something original); invent
  2. To bring into being; create or start:
  3. To come into being; begin; start
To begin to carry on an action or a process:
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  1. To begin to carry on an action or a process:
  2. To go forward or onward, especially after an interruption; continue:
  3. To come from a source; originate or issue:
To increase in volume of sound; become louder, shriller, etc.
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  1. To increase in volume of sound; become louder, shriller, etc.
  2. To puff up or become larger; swell up:
  3. To come into existence; originate:
To move as a result of resilience; bounce
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  1. To move as a result of resilience; bounce
  2. To cause (a game bird) to leap or come forth suddenly
  3. To come or arise as from some source
To turn (a ski) in stemming
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  1. To turn (a ski) in stemming
  2. The main, often long or slender part of a plant that usually grows upward above the ground and supports other parts, such as branches and leaves. Plants have evolved a number of tissue arrangements in the stem. Seedless vascular plants (such as mosses and ferns) have primary vascular tissue in an inner core, a cylindrical ring, or individual strands scattered amid the ground tissue. In eudicots, magnoliids, and conifers, the stem develops a continuous cylindrical layer or a ring of separate bundles of vascular tissue (including secondary vascular tissue) embedded in the ground tissue. In monocots and some herbaceous eudicots, individual strands of primary vascular tissue are scattered in the ground tissue.
  3. To have or take origin or descent:
To spring up, as from the soil.
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  1. To spring up, as from the soil.
  2. (Intransitive) To spring up, rise up, originate.
  3. To come into being; arise.
To extract or take for one's own use:
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  1. To extract or take for one's own use:
  2. To take out the viscera of; disembowel
  3. (Card Games) To take or get (a card or cards)
To go and bring
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  1. To go and bring
  2. To take revenge on, especially to kill in revenge for a wrong.
  3. To cause to move or leave:
To get possession of (fish or game, for example) by capturing or killing.
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  1. To get possession of (fish or game, for example) by capturing or killing.
  2. To carry in one's possession:
  3. To subtract:
To come down from a source; derive:
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  1. To come down from a source; derive:
  2. To be related by genetic descent from an individual or individuals in a previous generation:
  3. To arrive or attack in a sudden or overwhelming manner:
To be derived or result (from a cause)
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  1. To be derived or result (from a cause)
  2. To proceed from a source; emerge or come forth:
  3. To flow, go, or come out:
To stretch (a spring, etc.) beyond the point where it will spring back fully
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  1. To stretch (a spring, etc.) beyond the point where it will spring back fully
  2. To cause to close or snap shut, as by a spring
  3. To release from a checked or inoperative position:
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  1. To infer or deduce.
  2. To draw out or bring out; elicit or evoke
  3. To infer or work out from given facts:
(Biology) To arise or transform through evolutionary processes.
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  1. (Biology) To arise or transform through evolutionary processes.
  2. (Biology) To develop (a characteristic) by evolutionary processes.
  3. To develop gradually by a process of growth and change
To consider or think (something) out carefully and thoroughly.
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  1. To consider or think (something) out carefully and thoroughly.
  2. To contrive, devise, or invent by such thought
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