figure out[ fig-yer; especially British fig-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF figure out
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FIGURE OUT
But perhaps, sometime, we may figure out a way of getting them up.
You figure out that this will cause her to disclose herself—make some sign?
She waltzes away, and I scratch my head and try to figure out what this pitch is for.
But you don't stop to figure out just what your ideals are—exactly what you're fighting for.
See if you can figure out why the swing will not move back and forth.
“Then you are to blame if the matter does not figure out your way,” he warned her.
"You'll have time to figure out that problem in the quiet of 'the jug,'" said Kelley.
I could figure out how mother might be able not to see anything but good in Buddy.
"We have to figure out some way to get up in the air," said Adams.
I have never been able to concentrate my mind to study and figure out problems.