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Verb(1) discover or determine the existence, presence, or fact of(2) get to know or become aware of, usually accidentally(3) make a discovery, make a new finding(4) make a discovery(5) find unexpectedly(6) make known to the public information that was previously known only to a few people or that was meant to be kept a secret(7) see for the first time; make a discovery(8) identify as in botany or biology, for example
(1) Think about all the men you know and you may discover an interesting fact about male facial shapes.(2) I did actually discover an interesting fact about beaches.(3) However, follow-up searches failed to discover the murder weapon, which is believed to have been a double-barrel shotgun.(4) you'll soon discover if you're able for it(5) Try as they might, scientists in hundreds of laboratories around the world failed to discover that substance by classical approaches.(6) "Time will discover the hand that baptizes him," the old man said.(7) In 1901 he isolated adrenaline from the supradrenal gland and was the first scientist to discover gland hormones in pure form.(8) What these changes are, time will discover .(9) the courage to discover the truth and possibly be disappointed(10) Therefore, efforts to discover such phenomena were undertaken mainly for polymorphism data from regions of low recombination.(11) It helps the student to learn how to see and discover details.(12) Only time will discover what this blog will evolve into.(13) With every passing phase, life becomes more complex in the sense that it allows man to either stumble upon or to consciously discover new phenomena and substance.(14) Not that long ago, I seem to remember it being a shock for scientists to discover ice on Mars.(15) In this nostalgia for community some would discover utopian impulses, others would decry imaginary fulfilments as ideological.(16) In a couple of searches, you rapidly discover a wealth of news footage in the archives of this London-based film-maker.
(1) to discover :: i ddarganfod
1. find ::
dod o hyd i
2. find out ::
3. hit on ::
4. chance upon ::
5. unwrap ::
6. observe ::
7. key ::
8. hear ::
1. miss ::
2. overlook ::
Different Formsdiscover, discovered, discoverer, discoverers, discovering, discovers
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