- find (something or someone) unexpectedly or in the course of a search；become aware of (a fact or situation)
verb: discover, 3rd person present: discovers, gerund or present participle: discovering, past tense: discovered, past participle: discovered
- 1. find (something or someone) unexpectedly or in the course of a search firemen discovered a body in the debris she discovered her lover in the arms of another woman 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ become aware of (a fact or situation) the courage to discover the truth and possibly be disappointed it was a relief to discover that he wasn't in 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ be the first to find or observe (a place, substance, or scientific phenomenon) Fleming discovered penicillin early in the twentieth century 同義詞
- ▪ perceive the attractions of (an activity or subject) for the first time a teenager who has recently discovered fashion
- ▪ be the first to recognize the potential of (an actor, singer, or musician) I discovered the band back in the mid 70s
- 2. archaic divulge (a secret) they contain some secrets which Time will discover
- ▪ disclose the identity of (someone) she at last discovered herself to me
- ▪ display (a quality or feeling) with what agility did these military men discover their skill in feats of war
- find unexpectedly or during a search: firemen discovered a body in the debris she discovered her lover in the arms of another woman
detect 和 discover 最大的不同是 detect 帶有偵查、測試才發現。 discover 來自 dis+cover...某事的意思。可以解釋為一般的 「發現」。例如： I went home and discovered that the door was unlocked. 我回家發現門未鎖。 I discovered...
discover, find, find out 的差異 當動詞用時： discover是發現大家以前都不知道的事與物 find 一般通用性...當名詞使用 其他２位則不行 例： Your discovery is a great find on my book. 2013-11-05...
to discover = to find out something that you ...know before 所以你的兩個例子都可用discover,因為這個字的是強調發現了新事物...2010-06-28 20:06:52 補充： I discovered your secret and found...