to work out (a deal): négocier (une affaire, un arrangement)
(I hope) things will work out: (J'espère) qu'on va trouver un arrangement, que ça va marcher, que ça fera l'affaire
to work out (sport): faire de l'exercice
- "I'm sure things will work themselves out."
thing with Democracy doesn't work out."
- "Even if things don't work out at Delavigne, I'll still have a nest-egg here."
- "Jean : I don't work out."
- "Well Doctor, I would offer you a very generous package if everything works out."
- "(A handkerchief held in front of the mouth and nose would work out at just 40 cents per unit."
- "I don't think this is going to work out, so unless you can convince me that we're compatible in the next 15 seconds, I think we should just stop right now."
- "I've had several roommates over the past 3 months that did not work out, so now I am hoping to find "the perfect housemate."
- "Sorry it didn't work out."
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