Bedeutung von “search” — Learner’s Dictionary

search

verb us uk /sɜːtʃ/
TRY TO FIND [ I, T ]

B1 to try to find someone or something:

I've searched my bedroom but I can't find my watch.
He searched in his pockets for some change.
Police are still searching the woods for the missing girl.

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POLICE [ T ]

B2 If the police search someone, they look in their clothes and bags to see if they are hiding anything illegal, such as drugs:

They were searched at the airport.
FIND ANSWER [ I ]

B2 to try to find an answer to a problem:

Doctors are still searching for a cure.
COMPUTER

to look for information on a computer or on the Internet:

She searched the Internet for information about the area.

(Definition von “search verb” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)