find

faɪnd

Перевод:

Verb: находить обнаруживать обретать встречать
Noun: находка открытие

Фразы:

to find a true bill - передавать дело в суд

to come to find out - случайно обнаружить, узнать

to find common denominator - находить общий знаменатель

to find employment / seek employment - искать работу

to find encouragement in smb. - находить, встречать чьё-л. одобрение

to find excuse - искать отговорку

to find by extrapolation - находить методом экстраполяции

to find favour with smb. / in smb.'s eyes / in the eyes of smb. - снискать, заслужить чьё-л. расположение

to find by feeling - нащупывать

to know / get / find / have / take the length of smb.'s foot - узнать чью-л. слабость, раскусить человека

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Примеры:

How did you find us? - Как вы узнали о нас? / Как ты нас нашёл?

I can't find the car keys. - Я не могу найти ключи от машины.

I will find a way to do it. - Я найду способ это сделать.

I cannot find my gloves! - Я не могу найти свои перчатки!

I can't find him noplace. - Я нигде не могу его найти.

He was found dead. - Его нашли мёртвым.

They find him in clothes. - Они снабжают его одеждой.

I'll find out your secret. - Я раскрою ваш секрет.

How do you find yourself? - Как поживаете?

She found the answer at last. - Наконец, она нашла ответ.

Did you find your glasses? - Ты нашёл свои очки?

We shall find it out soon. - Мы скоро это выясним.

She found the work very dull. - Она считала эту работу очень скучной.

I find it necessary to go there. - Я считаю необходимым поехать туда.

You must find time to do it. - Обязательно найдите время, чтобы это сделать.

I found a purse in the street. - Я нашёл на улице кошелёк.

I can't find my keys anywhere. - Я нигде не могу найти свои ключи.

Find out if he speaks Russian. - Выясните, говорит ли он по-русски.

I find driving a real chore. - Мне кажется, что вождение машины — это та ещё скука.

It was pure luck to find him. - Нам просто повезло, что мы нашли его.

We find this idea in Plato. - Мы находим эту мысль у Платона.

Hold on while I find a pen. - Подождите, пока найду ручку.

Am I apt to find him at home? - Есть ли у меня шансы застать его дома?

I can't find my keys anyplace. - Я нигде не могу найти свои ключи.

Did you find the job a strain? - Работа показалась вам утомительной?

Sure bind, sure find. - Крепче запрёшь, вернее найдёшь. (посл.)

You will not find his peer. - Вы не найдёте ему равного.

The dogs found. - Псы подняли зверя.

I can't find my pyjama top. - Я не могу найти верх от пижамы /пижамную куртку/.

You will find my check herewith. - Вы найдёте мой чек в приложении к этому письму.

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Фразовые глаголы:

If you find something out, you learn something that you did not already know, especially by making a deliberate effort to do so.

Связанные термины:

find fame: If you achieve fame, you become very well-known .

find love: Love is a very strong feeling of affection towards someone who you are romantically or sexually attracted to.

find out: If you find something out, you learn something that you did not already know, especially by making a deliberate effort to do so.

oil find: the discovery of oil deposits underground or under the sea

fault-find: to seek out minor imperfections or errors ; carp

find fault: to seek out minor imperfections or errors (in); carp (at)

find oneself: to realize and accept one's real character; discover one's true vocation

find a reason: The reason for something is a fact or situation which explains why it happens or what causes it to happen.

find one's way: If you find your way somewhere, you successfully get there by choosing the right way to go .

find the lady: a game in which players bet on which of three inverted playing cards is the queen

find your feet: to become more confident and learn what to do in a new situation

find a solution: A solution to a problem or difficult situation is a way of dealing with it so that the difficulty is removed.

find common ground: to come to an agreement on something

find favor with: to gain the favor of; be liked by

find favour with: to be approved of by someone

find one's feet: to become capable or confident, as in a new job

find one's level: to find one's most suitable place socially, professionally, etc

find one's tongue: to recover the ability to talk, as after shock or embarrassment

find one's voice: If someone finds their voice, they start to speak in spite of fear or surprise or difficult circumstances .

find your tongue: to begin to talk, when you have previously been too shy or frightened to say anything

to find fault with: If you find fault with something or someone, you look for mistakes and complain about them.

to find one's feet: If you say that someone is finding their feet in a new situation, you mean that they are starting to feel confident and to deal with things successfully.

to get your bearings: to find out where one is or to find out what one should do next

get one's bearings/find one's bearings/lose one's bearings: If you get your bearings or find your bearings, you find out where you are or what you should do next . If you lose your bearings, you do not know where you are or what you should do next.

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Однокоренные слова:

find out - выяснять, узнавать, понять, обнаруживать, разузнавать, доискаться, раскрывать

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