solutionnoun

  • ja解決、解答
  • ena correct answer to a problem, puzzle, etc.

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Now to be smooth as—
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First time I got a girl's number before I even said, "Hey."
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You see, I like that.
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I like a girl with a lot of phones.
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Actually, this is the solution to an internal inconsistency in Planck's constant
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that's never been solved because until now, no one realized it was a problem.
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The last theorem was very interesting.
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Many people attempted a solution and thought they found it,
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but then somebody proved them wrong.
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Hey, Doc, just wanted to say thanks.
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You really helped me out.
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Oh, well, you know what they say,
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"Chemists are the best at solving problems because they have all the solutions."
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Big fun!
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Suppose we give A.I. the goal to solve a difficult mathematical problem.
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When the A.I. becomes superintelligent,
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it realizes that the most effective way to get the solution to this problem
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is by transforming the planet into a giant computer so as to increase its thinking capacity.

Other meanings for solution...

solutionnoun

  • ja解決策、解答
  • enthe way of solving a problem or dealing with something difficult that leads to a correct answer
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Wiping the servers is not an option.
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The only solution is to track down the hacker.
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How? It could be anywhere in the world.
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Osaka, Berlin, Macau, Stockholm.
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Are you guys just gonna keep letting me list cities I've lived in?
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So here we have some natural fireflies.
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I'm told they don't bite; in fact, they might not even leave that jar.
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Now, there's all sorts of gimmicky solutions like that one.
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But they don't really add up to much.
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We need solutions, either one or several,
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that have unbelievable scale and unbelievable reliability.
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But I would be more than happy to get you something to eat.
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What would you like?
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- You figure that out. - Okay.
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Why am I coming up with solutions for you?
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Every hiring manager knows there can be a gap between a person's passions and their skill set.
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It shouldn't be huge, and usually it's not.
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So don't try to game your answer.
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Instead, open up about what you love doing:
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Crunching numbers until a solution pops out.
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Coaching a junior colleague through a tough assignment.
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Mention the stuff that makes your heart sing.
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Don't be afraid to go there.
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Okay, everyone. Everyone, hold on.
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I've got a solution.
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I know Wallace's phone number.
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Everyone hold. I'll conference him in.
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Oh, no, Mr. Schrute, there's really no need to involve Mr. Wallace.
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But a lot of people imagining, dreaming about future cities,
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they imagine that actually the solution is sort of flying cars, drones, et cetera.
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You go aboveground.
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Why isn't that a better solution?
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You save all that tunneling cost.
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Right, I'm in favor of flying things.
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Obviously, I do rockets, so I like things that fly.
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This is not some inherent bias against flying things.
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But there is a challenge with flying cars in that they'll be quite noisy.
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I'm in, I gotta grab my guitar from my house.
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I'll be back shortly, yeah!
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See, guys, we have a solution!
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And the good news is there's always a solution if your motives are pure
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and your cause is just, there's nothing—
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Ow, my arm!
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I was made for this show.
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I don't care that they've already shot the show.
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I'm looking for solutions.
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We need the basic research.
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But we have to pair that with people who are willing to fund high-risk, breakthrough energy companies.
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And that formula will accelerate the innovation at the research level, accelerate the risk-taking.
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And that's what gives us a chance of having a solution
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that really let us not have to give up energy usage and yet not damage the environment.

solutionnoun

  • ja溶液、溶剤
  • ena mixture in liquid form
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I intend to inject a 2% cocaine solution directly into Mr. Gentile's spinal canal.
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Won't that paralyze him?
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The ingredients you will need:
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Any kind of school glue or Elmer's glue.
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Eye solution.
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Shaving cream.
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No baking soda 'cause there's already baking soda in here.
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I think this general problem,
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it would require the Anti-Bump Solution by Renee Rouleau,
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which is more about treating blemishes that aren't whiteheads yet.
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It's, like, pre-whitehead stage or like cystic pimples.
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Look how much better my boots look.
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Yeah.
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Bought some boot-cleaning solution today, here in Portland.
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It's important that if your baby is showing signs of water intoxication
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that you take them to the hospital immediately,
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where a doctor will likely provide some form of fluids like intravenous saline solution
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to bring the infant's sodium levels up to normal.
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First, we need to make a pectin solution.
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We're combining 1 cup of water,
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a pinch of salt and 1 teaspoon of Sure-Jell Pectin,
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which we're going to bring to a light simmer, whisking constantly with tiny whisk
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until the pectin has melted and the mixture is homogeneous.
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Then we're gonna set that aside to cool to room temperature about 20 minutes.
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Colon cancer is number 2 killer in America.
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We can prevent it by doing screening colonoscopy.
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Colonoscopy is an examination of your large intestine.
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You'll drink a gallon of solution, clean you out,
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and pass a rubber tube all through the butthole,
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examine the whole intestine.