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found

  /faʊnd/
past tense and past participle of find pasado simple y participio pasado de “find”
verb   /faʊnd/
to start an organization, especially by giving money fundar He founded the charity in 1861.
(Definition of found from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

found

verb /faund/
to start or establish fundar The school was founded by the king.
(with on/upon) to base on basar The story was founded upon fact.
foundation noun
the act of founding fundación the foundation of a new university.
the base on which something is built fundamento, base First they laid the foundations, then they built the walls.
an amount of money to be used for a special purpose or the organization that manages it fundación The British Foundation for Cancer Research.
founder noun
a person who founds a school, college, organization etc fundador We are commemorating the founder of the school.
founding noun
fundación The founding of the organization took place a long time ago.
founding father noun
the first or one of the first founders of an organization, a school of thought etc fundador, padre Freud was the founding father of psychoanalysis.
The Founding Fathers of the United States of America were the people who drew up its constitution. los Padres de la Constitución Americana
(Definition of found from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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