figure out, work out, reason out, think out, find out, make out, puzzle out, decipher, unravel, elucidate, interpret, explain, resolve, answer, decode, get to the bottom of, fathom, get right, hit upon a solution, work, do, settle up, clear up, untangle, unlock, determine, divine, dope out*, hit the nail on the head*, hit it*, make a dent in a problem*, put two and two together*, have it*.
WEBSTER’S NEW WORLD® ROGET’S A-Z THESAURUS by Charlton Laird and the editors of Webster’s New World dictionaries.
The fingerspelling provided here is most commonly used for proper names of people and places; it is also used in some languages for concepts for which no sign is available at that moment.
There are obviously specific signs for many words available in sign language that are more appropriate for daily usage.
Though we humans see them as ‘nearly the same meaning’.
‘Near’ depends on the search corpus, domain, user, and use cases.
But this does not astonish us when we understand the difficulties which he was obliged to solve.
He was trying to solve his problem and Tillie's, and what he had found was no solution, but a compromise.
There’s been some discussion lately on what the behavior of synonyms should be in Solr and Elasticsearch. At the heart of the problem, the a synonym in your ‘synonyms.txt’ isn’t the same as a linguistic synonym.
It’s better to think of the search engine’s synonym filter as a relevance engineer’s tool.