She came ____me and asked the best way to ____ the situation.
a) towards / over
b) up to / out of
I am confused between towards and up to because towards indicate movement in the direction of and also I found up to which I have not found any correlation with the sentence.
Here is what I found:
1) as far as: I could reach just up to his waist.
2) (also up until) until: up to now I hadn't had a relationship.
3) indicating a maximum amount: the process is expected to take up to two years.
4) (with negative or in questions) as good as; good enough for: I was not up to her standards.
5) capable of or fit for: he is simply not up to the job.
6) the duty, responsibility, or choice of (someone): it was up to them to gauge the problem.
7) informal occupied or busy with: what's he been up to?
Can Anyone guide me how to approach the problem?