Translation for 'work out' from English to Russian
VERB   to work out | worked out | worked out
working out | works out
SYNO to calculate | to cipher | to compute | ...
unverified найти решениеto work out
срабатывать [оказаться успешным] [несов.]to work out [function successfully]
разрабатывать [план и т.п.] [несов.]to work out [to devise]
4 Words
быть безработным [несов.]to be out of work
стать безработным [сов.]to get out of work
5+ Words
Мы это уладим.We'll work it out somehow.
Мы это (как-нибудь) обтяпаем. [разг.]We'll work it out somehow.
Partial Matches
работать [несов.]to work
работа {ж}work
сменная работа {ж}shift work
музыкальная пьеса {ж}
musical work
рабочая поверхность {ж}work surface
воскресная работа {ж}
Sunday work
производственная травма {ж}
work accident
публикация {ж} [то, что опубликовано]published work
нетрудоспособный {adj}unable to work
работы {мн} на высоте
work at heights
рабочее место {с}place of work
трудоспособность {ж}ability to work
художественное произведение {с}work of art
произведение {с} искусства
work of art
работать для чего-л. [несов.]to work for sth.
работать на полную ставкуto work full-time
работать налево [разг.]
to work on the side
нетрудоспособность {ж}incapacity for / to work
опоздать на работуto be late for work
конец {м} рабочего дняend of the work day
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Translation for 'work out' from English to Russian

to work out
unverified найти решение
to work out [function successfully]
срабатывать [оказаться успешным] [несов.]
to work out [to devise]
разрабатывать [план и т.п.] [несов.]

to be out of work
быть безработным [несов.]
to get out of work
стать безработным [сов.]

We'll work it out somehow.
Мы это уладим.

Мы это (как-нибудь) обтяпаем. [разг.]

to work
работать [несов.]
работа {ж}
shift work
сменная работа {ж}
musical work
музыкальная пьеса {ж}муз.
work surface
рабочая поверхность {ж}
Sunday work
воскресная работа {ж}занятие
work accident
производственная травма {ж}занятиемед.
published work
публикация {ж} [то, что опубликовано]
unable to work
нетрудоспособный {adj}
work at heights
работы {мн} на высотестроит.
place of work
рабочее место {с}
ability to work
трудоспособность {ж}
work of art
художественное произведение {с}

произведение {с} искусстваиск.
to work for sth.
работать для чего-л. [несов.]
to work full-time
работать на полную ставку
to work on the side
работать налево [разг.]экон.
incapacity for / to work
нетрудоспособность {ж}
to be late for work
опоздать на работу
end of the work day
конец {м} рабочего дня
Usage Examples English
  • The "Uniono di la Amiki di la Linguo Internaciona" ("Union of Friends of the International Language") was established along with an Ido Academy to work out the details of the new language.
  • Dantzig was asked to work out a method the Air Force could use to improve their planning process.
  • Lessing advocated that dramaturgs should carry their work out working directly with theatre companies rather than in isolation.
  • For example, an anxious patient may be asked to talk to a stranger as a homework assignment, but if that is too difficult, he or she can work out an easier assignment first.
  • These works allow computational linguistics to have a framework within which to work out hypotheses that will further the understanding of the language in a myriad of ways.

  • Attempts to work out the evolutionary relationships of the chordates have produced several hypotheses.
  • A resulting trust is implied by the law to work out the presumed intentions of the parties, but it does not take into consideration their expressed intent.
  • A satirical essay on computer programming, Real Programmers Don't Use Pascal, suggested that a common game for TECO fans was to enter their name as a command sequence, and then try to work out what would happen.
  • to work out their issues diplomatically.
  • Berman discussed the couple during a 1997 interview, saying: "There was a relationship with Neelix that didn't work out that well."

  • We can work out what this invariant is by first arguing that, since it is a scalar, it doesn't matter in which reference frame we calculate it, and then by transforming to a frame where the total momentum is zero.
  • The reporter should help the vendor reproduce the bug and work out a fix.
  • It included a "Greenhouse Calculator" which aimed to help children to work out their carbon footprint by providing an estimate of the age a person needs to die if they are not to use more than their fair share of the Earth's resources.
  • This makes it difficult to work out their relationships with other groups of animals, as well as the relationships between different groups that are described as members of the Platyhelminthes.
  • However, both the team not being able to work out why the car could not heat its tyres properly in the early stages of the season and the overall unreliability of the MP4-20 cost several race victories when Räikkönen had been leading or in contention to win and also costing him grid positions in some qualifying sessions, which allowed Renault and their driver Fernando Alonso to capitalise and win both titles.

  • Hassler was mandated to work out the new standards and proposed to adopt the metric system.
  • There could be no mobile lab — the astronauts would work out of the LM.
  • At times he might not even know that a situation will work out in his favor in a later stage and by then often feeling confused or at times even thinking his luck has abandoned him; just to learn that it has been with him all along.
  • Iran and Iraq restored diplomatic relations in 1990 but are still trying to work out written agreements settling outstanding disputes from their eight-year war concerning border demarcation, prisoners-of-war, and freedom of navigation and sovereignty over the Shatt al-Arab waterway; in November 1994, Iraq formally accepted the United Nations-demarcated border with Kuwait which had been spelled out in Security Council Resolutions 687 (1991), 773 (1992), and 883 (1993); this formally ends earlier claims to Kuwait and to Bubiyan and Warbah islands although the government continues periodic rhetorical challenges; dispute over water development plans by Turkey for the Tigris and Euphrates rivers.
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