Definition of 'find out'
Example sentences containing 'find out'
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Go back to Farro and Jones, find out if Brown had a mother or father or siblings! YESTERDAY'S SHADOW (2002)Clearly, it would take some time to find out exactly what the creature was. LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR (2001)Marianne would find out in the end of course, how could I think otherwise. THE EXECUTION (2002)
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Very Common. find out is one of the 4000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'find out'
British English: find out /faɪnd aʊt/ VERB
If you find something out, you learn it, often by making an effort to do so.
They wanted to find out the truth.
- American English: find out
- Arabic: يَكْتَشِفُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: descobrir ficar sabendo
- Chinese: 发现
- Croatian: saznati
- Czech: zjistit
- Danish: finde ud af
- Dutch: uitvinden erachter komen
- European Spanish: averiguar
- Finnish: saada selville
- French: découvrir
- German: herausfinden
- Greek: ανακαλύπτω μαθαίνω
- Italian: scoprire
- Japanese: 発見する
- Korean: (…)을 알아내다
- Norwegian: finne ut
- Polish: dowiedzieć się
- European Portuguese: descobrir ficar sabendo
- Romanian: a descoperi
- Russian: выяснять
- Spanish: averiguar
- Swedish: komma på
- Thai: ค้นพบ
- Turkish: bulmak keşfetmek
- Ukrainian: з'ясувати
- Vietnamese: tìm ra
Definition of find out from the Collins English Dictionary
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