While searching for the meaning I got this:
Workaround - a method for overcoming a problem or limitation in a program or system.
Which means almost the same as "solution".
So, can we use "workaround to this" instead of "solution to this" in a sentence?
- This issue is getting more complicated. I want a workaround to this.
- Math is not real fun unless you have the workaround to these equations.
Is it okay to use this combination in a sentence? Does it hold a different meaning?
And what are the other precautions?