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Solve, deal with, cope with

Ex1: To solve virtually any problem, you can use a process of elimination—dividing the issue down until all you have left is the problem.

Ex2: If you tackle a difficult problem or task, you deal with it in a very determined or efficient way.

Ex3: On the whole, general comments now became longer and more analytical, and they began to address difficult issues of interpretation.

Damage, hurt, injure, harm, impair, undermine, jeopardize

Ex1: The car doorframe was damaged and the covering around the steering column had been removed.

Develop, cultivate, foster

Ex1: As she grows up and matures, you will notice many of these childhood traits develop into adult ones.

Ex2: The challenge is to cultivate their skills while sustaining their interest and preserving the joy.

Ex3: The temple can serve to foster spiritual growth and development.

Advantage, (on) merit, virtue, benefit, upside, strength

Ex1: Prospective trust board members will be selected on merit related to the skills they possess and the skills necessary to manage this reserve.

Ex2: Patience is a virtue and one that is supposed to bear rewards.

Ex3: The obvious upside of being self-employed is that you can sleep in on any day you please.

Disadvantage, demerit, drawback, downside, weakness

Ex1: Whatever the merits or demerits of any of these policies, the liberal label would never fit if the word still meant what it once meant.

Ex2: The main difficulties and drawbacks of these methods are the quality of the obtained parts.

Ex3: Having a residential campus, however, has its downsides – like the campus food, which apparently was, and still is, less than appetizing.

Puzzle, bewilder, perplex, baffle

Ex1: The doctor was puzzled, for the disease must have taken hold long ago.

Ex2: But what bewilders me is that instead of providing a real solution, the local authority simply forces the schools to close.

Ex3: I was perplexed when my results were quite different from those reported in the article.

Ex4: The murder has baffled police, who still have no motive and no suspect for the shooting.

Key, crucial, critical, important, significant, vital, substantial, indispensable, imperative

Ex1: There are also moments when the emotional responses of key characters in key situations completely fail to ring true