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  • 发现;
  • 找到;
  • 查找;
  • 寻找
1. VERB 发现…的所在 If you find someone or something, you see them or learn where they are. 
  • The police also found a pistol...


  • They have spent ages looking at the map and can't find a trace of anywhere called Darrowby...


  • I wonder if you could find me a deck of cards?


2. VERB 找到;寻得;获得 If you find something that you need or want, you succeed in achieving or obtaining it. 
  • Many people here cannot find work...


  • So far they have not found a way to fight the virus...


  • He has to apply for a permit and we have to find him a job...


3. V-PASSIVE 发现…存在(于) If something is found in a particular place or thing, it exists in that place. 
  • Two thousand of France's 4,200 species of flowering plants are found in the park...

    法国的 4,200 种开花植物中有 2,000种可见于这个公园。

  • Fibre is found in cereal foods, beans, fruit and vegetables.


4. VERB 发现…处于某种状态;遇见;碰见 If you find someone or something in a particular situation, they are in that situation when you see them or come into contact with them. 
  • They found her walking alone and depressed on the beach...


  • She returned to her east London home to find her back door forced open...


  • Thrushes are a protected species so you will not find them on any menu.


5. VERB (不知不觉中)发现(自己在做某事) If you find yourself doing something, you are doing it without deciding or intending to do it. 
  • It's not the first time that you've found yourself in this situation...


  • I found myself having more fun than I had had in years...


  • It all seemed so far away from here that he found himself quite unable to take it in.


6. VERB (某一时刻或事件)把…置于某种情形中 If a time or event finds you in a particular situation, you are in that situation at the time mentioned or when the event occurs. 
  • Daybreak found us on a cold, clammy ship...


  • His lunch did not take long to arrive and found him poring over a notepad covered with scrawls.


7. VERB 发觉,认识到(某事属实) If you find that something is the case, you become aware of it or realize that it is the case. 
  • The two biologists found, to their surprise, that both groups of birds survived equally well...


  • At my age I would find it hard to get another job...


  • We find her evidence to be based on a degree of oversensitivity...


8. VERB 裁决;判决;判定 When a court or jury decides that a person on trial is guilty or innocent, you say that the person has been found guilty or not guilty. 
  • She was found guilty of manslaughter and put on probation for two years...


  • When they found us guilty, I just went blank.


9. VERB 觉得;认为 You can use find to express your reaction to someone or something. 
  • I find most of the young men of my own age so boring...


  • We're sure you'll find it exciting!...


  • I find it ludicrous that nothing has been done to protect passengers from fire...


10. VERB 感受到(愉快、安慰等情感) If you find a feeling such as pleasure or comfort in a particular thing or activity, you experience the feeling mentioned as a result of this thing or activity. 
  • How could anyone find pleasure in hunting and killing this beautiful creature?...


  • I was too tired and frightened to find comfort in that familiar promise.


11. VERB 找出,挤出(时间或金钱) If you find the time or money to do something, you succeed in making or obtaining enough time or money to do it. 
  • I was just finding more time to write music...


  • My sister helped me find the money for a private operation.


12. N-COUNT See also: finding; found; (有价值的)发现;(有用的)发现物 If you describe someone or something that has been discovered as a find, you mean that they are valuable, interesting, good, or useful. 
  • Another of his lucky finds was a pair of candle-holders...


  • His discovery was hailed as the botanical find of the century.


Usage Note :

You can use find, find out, or discover to talk about learning that something is the case.The young child finds that noise attracts attention... He discovered the whole school knew about it... We found out that she was wrong.Discover is a slightly more formal word than find, and is often used to talk about scientific research or formal investigations. For example, you can discover a cure for a particular disease. You can also use discover when you find something by accident. This well-known flower was discovered in 1903. Note that if you cannot see something that you are looking for, you say that you cannot find it. You do not use 'discover' or 'find out' in this way. I'm lost – I can't find the bridge. You can also say that someone finds out facts when this is easy to do, but you cannot use 'discover' or 'find' in this way. I found out the train times.

find, find out 和 discover 均可用来指得知某一事实:The young child finds that noise attracts attention(这个小孩发现弄出声响可以吸引注意力), He discovered the whole school knew about it (他发现整个学校都知道了此事), We found out that she was wrong (我们发现她错了)。discover比find略微正式,常用于谈论科学研究或正式调查。例如,可用 discover表示找到治愈某种疾病的方法。discover 还可表示偶然的发现:This well-known flower was discovered in 1903 (这种著名的花卉是在1903年发现的)。注意,如果表示看不到正在寻找的东西,要用find, 而不用discover 或find out:I'm lost — I can't find the bridge (我迷路了——我找不到那座桥)。find out 还可表示很容易便发现事实的情况,而discover 和find 却没有这种用法:I found out the train times (我查到了火车时刻)。

13. PHRASE 找到正确的路(去某处);成功地到达 If you find your way somewhere, you successfully get there by choosing the right way to go. 
  • He was an expert at finding his way, even in strange surroundings...


  • After a while I pulled myself to my feet and found my way to the street.


14. PHRASE (尤指某物偶然)去到(某处) If something finds its way somewhere, it comes to that place, especially by chance. 
  • It is one of the very few Michelangelos that have found their way out of Italy...


  • The most unlikely objects found their way into his design and look absolutely right where he placed them.


15.   to find fault with→see: fault
16.   . to find one's feet→see: foot
17. PHRASAL VERB (尤指特意通过努力)发现,找出,查明 If you find something out, you learn something that you did not already know, especially by making a deliberate effort to do so. 
  • It makes you want to watch the next episode to find out what's going to happen...


  • I was relieved to find out that my problems were due to a genuine disorder...


  • Yesterday, the men's families held a news conference in their campaign to find out the truth...


18. PHRASAL VERB 查出…的不轨行为;揭发出 If you find someone out, you discover that they have been doing something dishonest. 
  • Her face was so grave, I wondered for a moment if she'd found me out.


find out 

1. 找到, 发现

  • I have found the lost book.
  • 我已经找到丢失的书了。
  • He found that the method worked.
  • 他发现这方法行得通。
  • Please find Mary her bag.
  • 请替玛丽找到她的提包。
  • She said she would find an electrician for us.
  • 她说她要给我们找一个电工技师。
  • He couldn't find it in his heart abandoning her.
  • 他发现他不能忘记她。

2. 发觉, 感到, 认为

  • Did you find him what he wanted?
  • 你觉得他想要什么?
  • Mary tried several lines of work, but at last found herself as a teacher.
  • 玛丽尝试了好几种工作, 最后她认为自己适合当教师。
  • We have found the farm (to) do well.
  • 我们感觉到这个农场经营得好。
  • I found my headache coming on.
  • 我觉得头开始疼起来了。

3. 到达; 努力获得; (经寻找、研究或思考)发现, 查明, 找出, 求得

  • What do you find the total?
  • 你要求的总数是多少?

4. 供给, 供应; 知道…是有的; 现有(可用)

  • I can't find that amount of money.
  • 我不能提供那笔款子。

5. 〈律〉判决, 裁决

  • The jury found against the plaintiff.
  • 陪审团做出不利于原告的判决。

6. (意外或偶然地)发现,碰到

7. 发现(某事属实)

8. 发现,发觉(处于某状态、在做某事)

9. 事物自然到达;达到

10. (在某处)存在,生长


1. 发现

  • That old book is quite a find.
  • 那本古书是一个重大发现。

2. 发现物

  • The new finds have deepened our knowledge of giant ape.
  • 新的发现物加深了我们对巨猿的认识。

3. 发现物,被发现的人(尤指有趣、有价值或有用者)


1. 裁决,判决,下判定

  • The jury found for the accused.
  • 陪审团做出有利于被告的裁决。

2. [英国英语]【狩猎】发现猎物


1. a productive insight

2. the act of discovering something


1. come upon, as if by accident; meet with;

  • "We find this idea in Plato"
  • "I happened upon the most wonderful bakery not very far from here"
  • "She chanced upon an interesting book in the bookstore the other day"

2. discover or determine the existence, presence, or fact of;

  • "She detected high levels of lead in her drinking water"
  • "We found traces of lead in the paint"

3. come upon after searching; find the location of something that was missed or lost;

  • "Did you find your glasses?"
  • "I cannot find my gloves!"

4. after a calculation, investigation, experiment, survey, or study;

  • "find the product of two numbers"
  • "The physicist who found the elusive particle won the Nobel Prize"

5. come to believe on the basis of emotion, intuitions, or indefinite grounds;

  • "I feel that he doesn't like me"
  • "I find him to be obnoxious"
  • "I found the movie rather entertaining"

6. perceive or be contemporaneous with;

  • "We found Republicans winning the offices"
  • "You'll see a lot of cheating in this school"
  • "I want to see results"
  • "The 1960 saw the rebellion of the younger generation against established traditions"
  • "I want to see results"

7. get something or somebody for a specific purpose;

  • "I found this gadget that will serve as a bottle opener"
  • "I got hold of these tools to fix our plumbing"
  • "The chairman got hold of a secretary on Friday night to type the urgent letter"

8. make a discovery, make a new finding;

  • "Roentgen discovered X-rays"
  • "Physicists believe they found a new elementary particle"

9. make a discovery;

  • "She found that he had lied to her"
  • "The story is false, so far as I can discover"

10. obtain through effort or management;

  • "She found the time and energy to take care of her aging parents"
  • "We found the money to send our sons to college"

11. decide on and make a declaration about;

  • "find someone guilty"

12. receive a specified treatment (abstract);

  • "These aspects of civilization do not find expression or receive an interpretation"
  • "His movie received a good review"
  • "I got nothing but trouble for my good intentions"

13. perceive oneself to be in a certain condition or place;

  • "I found myself in a difficult situation"
  • "When he woke up, he found himself in a hospital room"

14. get or find back; recover the use of;

  • "She regained control of herself"
  • "She found her voice and replied quickly"

15. succeed in reaching; arrive at;

  • "The arrrow found its mark"

16. accept and make use of one's personality, abilities, and situation;

  • "My son went to Berkeley to find himself"
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