sourcenoun [C]uk /sɔːs/ us /sɔːrs/
- The opera house is a great source of civic pride.
- His main source of work had dried up, leaving him short of money.
- Some alluvial deposits are a rich source of diamonds.
- Engineers are endeavouring to locate the source of the problem.
- He's established himself as a dependable source of information.
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sourceverb [T often passive]uk /sɔːs/ us /sɔːrs/
- a fishing expedition idiom
- break fresh/new ground idiom
- catch sb red-handed idiom
- get wind of sth idiom
- happen on/upon sth/sb
- have a (good) nose for sth idiom
- have got something there idiom
- root sth/sb out
- run sb/sth to ground idiom
- search sth/sb out
- sniff sth out