resolved, past participle; resolving, present participle; resolved, past tense; resolves, 3rd person singular present;
Settle or find a solution to (a problem, dispute, or contentious matter)
the firm aims to resolve problems within 30 days
Cause (a symptom or condition) to disperse, subside, or heal
endoscopic biliary drainage can rapidly resolve jaundice
(of a symptom or condition) Disperse, subside, or heal
symptoms resolved after a median of four weeks
(of a discord) Lead into a concord during the course of harmonic change
Cause (a discord) to pass into a concord
Decide firmly on a course of action
she resolved to call Dana as soon as she got home
(of a legislative body, committee, or other formal meeting) Make a decision by a formal vote
the committee resolved that teachers should make their recommendations without knowledge of test scores
the conference resolved to support an alliance
Separate or cause to be separated into components
Reduce a subject, statement, etc., by mental analysis into (separate elements or a more elementary form)
the ability to resolve facts into their legal categories
(of something seen at a distance) Turn into a different form when seen more clearly
the orange glow resolved itself into four lanterns
(of optical or photographic equipment) Separate or distinguish between (closely adjacent objects)
Hubble was able to resolve six variable stars in M31
Separately distinguish (peaks in a graph or spectrum)
Analyze (a force or velocity) into components acting in particular directions
Firm determination to do something
she received information that strengthened her resolve
she intended to stick to her initial resolve
A formal resolution by a legislative body or public meeting
resoluteness: the trait of being resolute; "his resoluteness carried him through the battle"; "it was his unshakeable resolution to finish the work"
decide: bring to an end; settle conclusively; "The case was decided"; "The judge decided the case in favor of the plaintiff"; "The father adjudicated when the sons were quarreling over their inheritance"
resolution: a formal expression by a meeting; agreed to by a vote
conclude: reach a conclusion after a discussion or deliberation
purpose: reach a decision; "he resolved never to drink again"
answer: understand the meaning of; "The question concerning the meaning of life cannot be answered"
RESOLVE is a Washington, D.C. based non-profit group dedicated to dispute resolution of public policy related topics. They will help interested parties reach consensus on difficult issues in a results oriented process.
Resolve is Lagwagon's seventh and most recent studio album, released in 2005. It is inspired and dedicated to former Lagwagon drummer Derrick Plourde who committed suicide on March 30, 2005 . All of the songs were written shortly after that tragic event. ...
Resolve is the third album by Christian punk band Last Tuesday. It is their first release on Mono vs. Stereo Records.
The following is a list of episodes for One Tree Hill, an American television series. One Tree Hill was created by Mark Schwahn, who has also written over a third of the episodes, including each season's opener and finale. ...
"Resolve" is the third single from the Foo Fighters album In Your Honor. It was released on 21 November 2005 (see 2005 in music). It has been released on two different discs. ...
The Resolve is a 1915 American silent short drama film directed by Henry Otto starring Ed Coxen, Lizette Thorne, and Winifred Greenwood.
Determination, will power; To find a solution to (a problem); To solve again; To make a firm decision to do something; To break down into constituent parts; to decompose; to disintegrate; to return to a simpler constitution or a primeval state; to cause a chord to go from dissonance to ...
(Resolved) the issue has been completed
(Resolved) Phrased in a way that sounds completed.
(Resolved) Refers to a school site a school board had declared as surplus that has had a new use determined by the City.
A resolved design is a design with a given resolution.
(Resolution (domain Name)) The conversion of an internet address or domain name into the corresponding physical location.
(Resolution) A formal statement of a decision or opinion by the House or Senate or both. A simple resolution is made by one chamber and generally deals with that chamber's rules or prerogatives. ...
(Resolution) A formal statement of any item of business that has been voted upon.
(Resolution) Dimension of the smallest element of an image that can be printed. Usually stated as dots-per-inch (dpi).
(Resolution) Directives that guide the work of the COP — opinions rather than permanent legal acts. Unlike decisions, resolutions do not generally become part of the formal body of legislation enacted by the COP.
(Resolution) The degree of discrimination between objects. It can be spatial (what is the smallest size and object needs to be to be observed). It can be spectral (number and size of area of the electromagnetic spectrum is required). ...
(Resolution) refers to the 'image-sharpness' of a document, usually measured in dots (or pixels) per inch (dpi). Documents can be scanned at various resolutions depending on your particular needs. ...
(resolution) Refers to the minimum increment in dimensions that a system achieve. It's one of the main determining factors for finish, appearance and accuracy, but certainly not the only one.