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  1. find

    • IPA[fīnd]

    美式

    • v.
      discover or perceive by chance or unexpectedly;discover (someone or something) after a deliberate search
    • n.
      a discovery of something valuable, typically something of archaeological interest;a person who is discovered to be useful or interesting in some way
    • verb: find, 3rd person present: finds, gerund or present participle: finding, past tense: found, past participle: found

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. discover or perceive by chance or unexpectedly:

      Lindsey looked up to find Neil watching her

      the remains of a headless body had been found

    • 2. discover (someone or something) after a deliberate search:

      in this climate it could be hard to find a buyer

    • 3. discover oneself to be in a surprising or unexpected situation:

      phobia sufferers often find themselves virtual prisoners in their own home

    • 4. succeed in obtaining (something):

      she also found the time to raise five children

    • 5. summon up (a quality, especially courage) with an effort:

      I found the courage to speak

    • 6. (of hunters or hounds) discover game, especially a fox:

      she heard the new halloo—they had found

    • 7. recognize or discover (something) to be present:

      vitamin B12 is found in dairy products

    • 8. become aware of; discover to be the case:

      the majority of staff find the magazine to be informative and useful

      she found that none of the local nursery schools had an available slot

    • 9. ascertain (something) by study, calculation, or inquiry:

      a forum that attempts to find solutions for multimedia publishers

    • 10. discover the fundamental truths about one's own character and identity:

      I did psychotherapy for years—I wanted to find myself

    • 11. perceive or experience (something) to be the case:

      both men found it difficult to put ideas into words

    • 12. (of a court) officially declare to be the case:

      he was found guilty of speeding

      the court found that a police lab expert had fabricated evidence

    • 13. (of a thing) reach or arrive at, either of its own accord or without the human agent being known:

      water finds its own level

    • 14. reach one's destination by one's own efforts, without knowing in advance how to get there:

      he found his way to the front door

    • 15. come to be in a certain situation:

      each and every boy found his way into a suitable occupation

    • 16. (of a letter) reach (someone).
    • 17. reach the understanding or conscience of (someone):

      the books of which I have been speaking found me and taught me

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a discovery of something valuable, typically something of archaeological interest:

      he made his most spectacular finds in the Valley of the Kings

      this resort is a real find

    • 2. a person who is discovered to be useful or interesting in some way:

      Paul had been a real find—he could design the whole hotel complex

    • 3. the finding of a fox.
    • past and past participle of find
    • adj.
      having been discovered by chance or unexpectedly.

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    • v.
      past and past participle of find
    • adj.
      having been discovered by chance or unexpectedly.

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    • v. establish or originate (an institution or organization), especially by providing an endowment:

    • the monastery was founded in 1665

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    • v. establish or originate (an institution or organization):

    • the monastery was founded in 1665

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    • v. melt and mould (metal).

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    • v. melt and mold (metal).

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    • (of a court) make a decision against or judge to be guilty

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    • make an adverse criticism or objection, sometimes unfairly or destructively

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    • IPA[fʌɪnd]

    英式

    • v.
      discover or perceive by chance or unexpectedly:
    • Lindsey looked up to find Niall watching her

      the remains of a headless body had been found

    • n.
      a discovery of something valuable, typically something of archaeological interest:
    • he made his most spectacular finds in the Valley of the Kings

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  2. 知識+

    • 關於單字find的用法?

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    • 關於感官動詞 find

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    • find的用法

      Sue found going bowling interesting. 合乎文法,但是連續三個 ing...的時候,習慣上是借用 it 當虛受詞,將不定詞放到補語後面,例如: I found to talk to you difficult. (不合習慣) I found it difficult to talk to...