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found en inglés británico

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foundverb

uk /faʊnd/ us /faʊnd/

found verb (FIND)

past simple and past participle of find

Ejemplos

  • She left a large sum of money in her will to found a wildlife sanctuary.
  • He used the money to found an internet business.
  • Milton Keynes is a new town which was founded in 1967.
  • Rome was founded in the eighth century BC .
  • He played a vital role in founding the charity.

found verb (BUILD)

[ T usually + adv/prep ] specialized engineering to build a support in the ground for a large structure such as a building or road

Ejemplos

  • A lot of the criticism of her is founded on jealousy.
  • The whole theory was founded on a mistaken belief.

(Definición de found del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

found en inglés americano

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found

us /fɑʊnd/

found (FIND)

past simple and past participle of find

foundverb

us /fɑʊnd/

found verb (BEGIN)

[ T ] to bring something into existence:

She donated money to help found a wildlife refuge.
New Orleans was founded by the French in 1718.

found verb (BASE)

[ T always + adv/prep ] to base a belief, claim, idea, etc. on something:

This case was founded on insufficient evidence.

(Definición de found del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

found en inglés de negocios

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foundverb [ T ]

uk /faʊnd/ us

to start a new business, organization, etc.:

The airline was founded 25 years ago.

(Definición de found del Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)