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Meaning of "find out (something)" - American English Dictionary

find out (something)

(past tense and past participle found)
phrasal verb with find  us   /fɑɪnd/ verb (past tense and past participle found  /fɑʊnd/ )
to obtain knowledge of something, or to obtain knowledge of someone's activities, esp. dishonest ones: How did you find out about the party? I just found out that he was cheating on the test. He wondered whether his boss was involved, but he saw no way of finding that out.
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