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ferret sth out

phrasal verb with ferret     /ˈferɪt/ verb
to find something after searching carefully for it: We managed to ferret out some information about her private life.Searching
Translations of “ferret sth out”
in Chinese (Traditional) 搜尋出,搜索出…
in Russian выискивать, вынюхивать…
in Turkish bulup çıkarmak, meydana çıkarmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 搜寻出,搜索出…
in Polish wywęszyć coś, wyszperać coś…
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