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  • 1 find out — ► find out 1) discover (information, a fact, etc). 2) detect (someone) in a crime or lie. Main Entry: ↑find …

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  • 2 find out — index ascertain, detect, discover, disinter, overhear, solve Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 3 find out — [v] discover, learn ascertain, catch, catch on, detect, determine, disclose, divine, expose, hear, identify, note, observe, perceive, realize, reveal, see, uncover, unearth, unmask; concepts 31,183 Ant. conceal, cover, hide …

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  • 4 find out — verb 1. establish after a calculation, investigation, experiment, survey, or study (Freq. 33) find the product of two numbers The physicist who found the elusive particle won the Nobel Prize • Syn: ↑determine, ↑find, ↑ascertain • Der …

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  • 5 find out — phrasal verb Word forms find out : present tense I/you/we/they find out he/she/it finds out present participle finding out past tense found out past participle found out 1) [intransitive/transitive] to discover a fact or piece of information We… …

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  • 6 find out — v. 1) (D; intr.) to find out about (we found out about the accident yesterday) 2) (D; intr.) to find out for (she found out about the concert for me) 3) (D; intr.) to find out from (we found out from the reporter that the fire had been started by …

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  • 7 find out — 1) PHRASAL VERB If you find something out, you learn something that you did not already know, especially by making a deliberate effort to do so. [V P wh] It makes you want to watch the next episode to find out what s going to happen... [V P that] …

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  • 8 find out — Synonyms and related words: answer, ascertain, assure, be informed, become acquainted with, bottom, broaden the mind, catch on, certify, cinch, clear up, clinch, crack, cram the mind, debug, decide, decipher, decode, determine, discover,… …

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  • 9 find out — {v.} 1. To learn or discover (something you did not know before.) * /One morning the baby found out for the first time that she could walk./ * /I don t know how this car works, but I ll soon find out./ * /He watched the birds to find out where… …

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  • 10 find out — {v.} 1. To learn or discover (something you did not know before.) * /One morning the baby found out for the first time that she could walk./ * /I don t know how this car works, but I ll soon find out./ * /He watched the birds to find out where… …

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  • 11 find\ out — v 1. To learn or discover (something you did not know before.) One morning the baby found out for the first time that she could walk. I don t know how this car works, but I ll soon find out. He watched the birds to find out where they go. Mary… …

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  • 12 ˌfind ˈout — phrasal verb to discover a fact or piece of information I don t want Jerry to find out about this.[/ex] I want to find out what happened.[/ex] Her parents found out that she had a boyfriend.[/ex] …

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  • 13 find out — verb Date: 13th century transitive verb 1. to learn by study, observation, or search ; discover 2. a. to catch in an offense (as a crime) < the culprits were soon found out > b. to ascertain the true character or identity of < the informer was… …

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  • 14 find out — let us know what you find out about the theft Syn: discover, become aware, learn, detect, discern, perceive, observe, notice, note, get/come to know, realize; bring to light, reveal, expose, unearth, disclose; informal figure out, cotton on,… …

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  • 15 find out — phr verb Find out is used with these nouns as the object: ↑detail, ↑fact, ↑identity, ↑motive, ↑reason, ↑secret, ↑truth, ↑worth …

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  • 16 find out — discover, learn    We found out he was a member of a cult. His sister told us …

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  • 17 find out — learn, discover She is angry at me because she found out that I quit the night class …

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  • 18 find out — 1. Discover, detect, bring to light. 2. Ascertain, decipher, solve, unriddle, make out, get at …

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  • 19 find out — verb To discover, as by asking or exploring. I dont know who was the twenty first president of the United States, but it should be very easy to …

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  • 20 find out — (Roget s IV) v. Syn. ascertain, learn, identify; see discover …

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