1. To elaborate or expatiate upon; give details; SYN. expatiate, enlarge, flesh out, expand, expound, dilate.
2. To produce by labor.
3. To work out in detail; SYN. work out.
1. To make ready or suitable in advance for a particular purpose or for some use, event, etc; SYN. set up, ready, gear up, set.
2. To prepare for a future role or function; SYN. groom, train.
3. To prepare verbally, either for written or spoken delivery
4. To make suitable for eating; of foods.
1. To turn out well
2. When a situation works out a certain way, it happens that way. When a situation does not work out, it is not satisfactory.
3. When a situation works out, the end result is successful.
4. When a calculation or measurement works out to be a certain amount, this amount is the result of the calculation or measurement.
5. When a calculation or measurement works out to be a certain amount, this amount is the result of the calculation or measurement.
6. When you exercise in order to improve your health or physical appearance, you work out.