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to arrive at an answer to (a mathematical problem)

Synonyms for solve

find the solution to (a problem or question) or understand the meaning of

settle, as of a debt

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Solvi Sogner wrote that a three- quarters of the farms in Norway had servants.
In a phone interview, Vasquez summarized the message of Federico Solvi, 56, who stepped forward to represent the group.
Copenhagen came from behind to beat FC Lyngby 3-2 at the weekend, with substitute Solvi Ottesen scoring the winner in the 91st minute.
The Frenchman bagged 23 goals in 28 outings in the Greek Super League last term and Cisse's cause must be helped by the absence of Copenhagen's influential Icelandic international centreback Solvi Ottesen.
Sources close to the club have denied Town are tracking Icelandic international centre-back Solvi Ottesen, of Danish top-flight club Sonderjyske.
judicatum solvi, a deposit security for costs, was also abolished.
Alex McLeish and Celtic boss Tony Mowbray are both said to be interested in Icelandic international defender Solvi Ottesen and Arsenal midfielder Amaury Bischoff.
Meanwhile, Birmingham have been linked with a move for Iceland international centre-half Solvi Ottesen who is among Alex McLeish's top priorities in the transfer window.
Kronland-Martinet, Richard, Thierry Voinier, and Solvi Ystad, eds.
With: Jules Werner, Sabrina Ouazani, Anne-Marie Solvi, Marco Lorenzini, Nargis Benamor.
Contemporary Natural by Phyllis Richardson, with photos by Solvi dos Santos, pounds 17.95, published by Thames & Hudson.
Headmistress Solvi Remoy said: "It's very, very sad and very, very tragic and it's an awful day here for us because we are a very tight-knit community.
16 (access to courts must include free legal assistance and exemption from cautio judicatum solvi, if those provisions are offered to nationals).