Solve Verb 1 2 3, Past and Past Participle Form Tense of Solve V1 V2 V3

##### solve

Meanings;

- Find an answer to, explanation for, or means of effectively dealing with (a problem or mystery)(transitive verb)

Verb(V1) | Past Tense(V2) | Past Participle(V3) |

solve | solved | solved |

Verb – es(Ves) | Verb – ing(Ving) |

solves | solving |

##### Synonyms

find an answer to, find the answer to, find a solution to, find the solution to, answer, resolve, work out, puzzle out, fathom, find the key to, decipher, decode, break, clear up, interpret, translate, straighten out, get to the bottom of, make head or tail of, unravel, disentangle, untangle, unfold, piece together, explain, expound, elucidate,

##### Example Sentences with **solve**

We haven’t been able to **solve** the problem yet.

We need to find someone to **solve** these problems.

Anderson is clever enough to **solve** big problem.

This problem may be **solve**d in a variety of ways.

By cooperation, we can **solve** this problem.

After Steve had **solve**d the problem, Steve explained the solution.

This won’t **solve** anything.

I’ll **solve** that problem.

He **solve**d the difficult problem.

I have **solve**d the problems.

Alex always **solve**s his problem.

After Tomas had **solve**d the problem, Tomas explained the solution.

How did you **solve** the problem?

I’m trying to **solve** this problem.

Perhaps Felix can **solve** this problem.

That’s the problem we have to **solve**.

Don’t cry. Crying doesn’t **solve** anything.

They have **solve**d the problem once and for all.

Can you guys **solve** the puzzle?

John **solve**d the problem by himself.

Tell me what I must slay, what I must steal, tell me the riddle I must **solve** or the hag I must trick. Only tell me the way, and I will do it, no matter the danger, no matter the hardship, no matter the cost.

A clever person **solve**s a problem. A wise person avoids it.

So as to **solve** the problem, I must understand the question.

Life is not a problem to be **solve**d, but a reality to be experienced.

After my father had **solve**d the problem, he explained the solution.

They haven’t been able to **solve** the problem yet.

Our problem will be **solve**d if we build a simple bridge.

We all have problems. The way we **solve** them is what makes us different.

Action will remove the doubts that theory cannot **solve**.

We cannot **solve** our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.

Being angry never **solve**s anything.