Focus on the pronunciation of find
English definition of “find”
/fɑɪnd/ v [T] (past tense and past participle found /fɑʊnd/) (DISCOVER)
› to see where a thing or person is, either unexpectedly or by searching; discover: I found a ten-dollar bill in my pocket. I hope I can find a place to live near work. Many plant and animal species are found (= exist) only in the rain forests. › Someone who finds information begins to understand something: [+ that clause] The study found that men who took an aspirin a day have fewer heart attacks. Some insects have been found to live several years without water. › If you find a quality within yourself, you suddenly develop it or learn that you have it: She found the courage to leave the town where she was born. › To find someone means to meet someone you can have a close, loving relationship with: Ellen found Sascha, married him, and soon after they had twins.