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answer

Definitions by Oxford


[ˈɑːnsə], (Noun)

Definitions:
- a thing that is said, written, or done as a reaction to a question, statement, or situation
(e.g: he knocked and entered without waiting for an answer)

- a solution to a problem or dilemma
(e.g: the answer to poverty and unemployment is a properly funded range of services)

- a person or thing regarded as the equivalent to a better-known one from another place
(e.g: the press called her Britain's answer to Marilyn Monroe)


Phrases:
- answer the description of
- answer to the name of
- have all the answers
- the answer to someone's prayers

Origin:
Old English andswaru (noun), andswarian (verb), of Germanic origin; from a base shared by swear


[ˈɑːnsə], (Verb)

Definitions:
- say or write something as a reaction to someone or something
(e.g: ‘Of course I can,’ she answered)

- act in reaction to (a sound such as a phone ringing or a knock or ring on a door)
(e.g: Digby answered the door)

- defend oneself against (a charge, accusation, or criticism)
(e.g: he said he would return to Spain to answer all charges)

- be suitable for fulfilling (a need); satisfy
(e.g: entrepreneurship is necessary to answer the needs of national and international markets)


Phrases:
- answer the description of
- answer to the name of
- have all the answers
- the answer to someone's prayers

Origin:







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