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Translation of "find" - English-Turkish dictionary

find

verb [T]     /faɪnd/ ( past tense and past participle found)
DISCOVER WHEN SEARCHING
A1 to discover something or someone that you have been searching for bulmak, I can't find my glasses and I've looked everywhere. Police found the missing girl at a London railway station. [+ two objects] Has he found himself a place to live yet?Finding and discovering
DISCOVER BY CHANCE
A2 to discover something or someone by chance bulmak, anlamak The body was found by a man walking his dog.Finding and discovering
BECOME AWARE
B1 to become aware that something exists, or has happened öğrenmek, farkına varmak I came home to find that my cat had had kittens.Finding and discovering
find the energy/money/time, etc
to have or get enough energy/money/time, etc to do something bir şeyi yapmak için enerji/para/zaman bulmak Where do you find the energy to do all these things?Finding and discovering
find sb/sth easy/boring/funny, etc
B1 to think or feel a particular way about someone or something kolay/sıkıcı/saçma/komik bulmak I still find exams very stressful.Experiencing and suffering
find yourself somewhere/doing sth
B2 to become aware that you have gone somewhere or done something without intending to kendini bir yerde bir şey yapıyor bulmak; tam ortasında bulmak I suddenly found myself making everyone's lunch.Not expected or planned
be found
B2 to exist or be present somewhere bulunmak Vitamin C is found in oranges and other citrus fruit.Finding and discovering
find sb guilty/not guilty
to judge that someone is guilty or not guilty in a law court suçlu/suçsuz bulmak [often passive] She was found guilty of murder.Court cases, orders and decisions
(Definition of find verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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