work outphrasal verb

  • ja何とか解決する、うまくいく、いい結果が出る
  • ento solve a problem or deal with something, especially in a way that it ends successfully

Examples

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You have worked out that you can exert a force across space-time.
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Gravity... to send a message.
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Affirmative.
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Okay, let's begin.
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Starting the engine.
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Wait, wait, no, because the laterals are still engaged.
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Stopping the engine and disengaging the laterals, whatever they are.
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How do I do that?
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- Come on. Come on, man. - No.
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- This is physically hurting me. - Give him a second. He's working it out.
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This is his process.
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So you'll do the show by yourself and it would be called 'Friend'.
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- 'Friend'? - Just 'Friend.'
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Yeah.
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And the picture will just be like—
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Yeah, and then I'm the neighbor.
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- Looking out with a cup of sugar or something like that. - Yeah, coming out of the thing. Yes.
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Yeah, we'll work out the details.
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I like it.
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I'll teach you some Scottish, if you'd like.
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I'd love to learn some Scottish, yeah.
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Okay, right. I'll say some phrases and you can try and work out what they mean.
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Okay, I'm good at this.
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Okay, "Ah dinnae ken."
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"Ah dinnae ken" means "I don't know."
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There we go, he's got it. All right.
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- Was that right? - Okay. Yeah, that's right.
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Have you ever solicited a minor for prostitution?
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I'm gonna invoke my Fifth Amendment right.
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Somehow, his lawyers had worked out a deal with the US Attorney's office.
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This stunt stood out to me for a few reasons.
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First off, when you have more than 1 person involved in a stunt,
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you are required to work out your timing and body mechanics with someone else's, which can sometimes be tricky.
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So here’s the way I make a video.
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I find the story, or someone sends me an idea for a story.
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In this case, it was a local at Coober Pedy who got in touch
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and said I might find the place interesting, and yeah, it really is.
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So then I research a lot, I read around, I contact relevant people to ask for an interview,
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and once I've worked out the story I write a script that is as fact-checked as I can make it.

Other meanings for work out...

work outphrasal verb

  • ja運動する、トレーニングする
  • ento exercise in order to improve the strength, appearance, or health of your body
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Hello, this is Dwight.
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Hey, is this Dwight?
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Yes, it is.
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Oh, my goodness, you sound sexy.
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Oh, thank you.
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I've been working out.
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Whoa, whoa, whoa.
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Pam! Pam!
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You are not talking to Dwight right now.
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You are talking to Jim.
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Dwight?
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No!
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Pam, I'm over here.
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I'm confused.
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Disconnect that right now.
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Hey.
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Thanks for saving us back there.
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Oh, well, I didn't wanna ruin your dad's image of little Miss Perfect.
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Nice arms, man.
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Been working out?
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What do you want, Elle?
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Oh, it's funny that you should ask 'cause girls seem to think that you are hot.
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Mm-hmm, that's because I am hot.
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You work out, obviously.
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I'm gonna start soon.
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You're gonna start working out?
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Yeah, you should do something about that.
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When you're on vacation, do you work out at all?
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A little bit?
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You do?
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Like what?
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How often do you work out?
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Every day.
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That's a little bit?
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Yeah, I try to take off.
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- The gym calls me at night. - Yeah.
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I'll be sleeping and it's like, "LeBron, come here now.
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We're waiting on you."
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Check this out.
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Sergeant Jeffords searched the internet for "undiscovered muscle."
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I was working out and saw a muscle in my shoulder I'd never seen before.
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I thought it might've been a scientific discovery.
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Do you always work out in front of a cardboard cutout of yourself?
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No, I don't.
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I wanna find out — Do I do squats?
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- What do I do to look more like you? - What?
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I literally am trying to, like —
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I'm working out.
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I'm doing everything I can.
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What do I do?
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I don't know.
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If I told you, I'd have to kill you.
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Guys, what's going on? You didn't see my sick ollie.
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We're checking out our personal reviews on Yelp.
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I got 5 stars 'cause people like my biceps.
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I don't even work out, so...
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How much do you work out?
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The truth is I only train for about an hour, 2 times a day sometimes.
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I spend all my time in the kitchen eating.
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I always get hungry.
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Once I eat food, I ask for more and never stop.
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You'll make a great bodybuilder.
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I should probably address the elephant in the room.
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Yes, my muscles are bigger.
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I have been working out.
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That's not it.
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Kevin, that's amazing.
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- No, man. - I mean, how—
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You must work out every day. Look at this.
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- I'm really— - Look at that!
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- That. - I am super, super into physical fitness.
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And one thing that I've realized within my calling and my platform is that I have the ability to affect others.
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And the way that I'm affecting people now is by simply motivating people
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to be the best version of themselves possible.