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verb /faind/ ( past tense, past participle found /faund/)
to come upon or meet with accidentally or after searching
encontrar, hallar
Look what I’ve found!
to discover
descubrir
I found that I couldn’t do the work.
to consider; to think (something) to be
encontrar, parecer
I found the British weather very cold.
findings noun plural information that you discover as the result of carrying out research
descubrimientos
The experiment produced some very interesting findings.
(legal) a decision made by a judge or jury in a court case.
conclusiones, resultados
find one’s feet to become able to cope with a new situation
acostumbrarse, encontrarse
She found the new job difficult at first, but she soon found her feet.
find out phrasal verb to discover
descubrir, averiguar
I found out what was troubling her.
to discover the truth (about someone), usually that he has done wrong
enterarse
He had been stealing from the company for years, but eventually they found him out.
(Definition of find from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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