The phrasal verb figure out means to find the solution to a problem.
- When I go to Tokyo this week I need to figure out how to use the subway system there.
- It’s hard for me to figure out a SUDOKU puzzle.
- My mom can figure out a crossword puzzle pretty quickly.
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