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His resolve is admirable.
The office staff worked quickly and efficiently to resolve the problem.
She showed resolve when she started practising.
I want you to somehow resolve the situation as promptly and avoiding to cause trouble for my sister and those around us as much as possible.
If you don't resolve to become a good man, then you just won't get a good woman.
What do you think is the best way to resolve problems between employees?
All right, very good. Who knows how the Skinners could have resolved this problem?
The difficulties in her way merely strengthened her resolve.
the crisis was resolved by negotiations, Barnet was desperate for money to resolve his financial progrems
He resolved to complete the task and once he had decided to do something, there was no stopping him.
to resolve an issue/a dispute/a conflict/a crisis
I resolved to attend a training course to make my CV look more attractive to potential employers.
she resolved to ring Dana as soon as she got home
good stories often have a lot of conflict and problems to resolve.
It was full of spider webs and stuff, but there didn't seem to be any other way to go, so we firmed up our resolve and went.