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Sinónimos detallados de found en inglés

found:

to found verbo (founds, founded, founding)

  1. to found
    to establish; to found; to raise; to lay the foundations; to ground; to tune
    • establish verbo (establishes, established, establishing)
    • found verbo (founds, founded, founding)
    • raise verbo (raises, raised, raising)
    • lay the foundations verbo (lays the foundations, laid the foundations, laying the foundations)
    • ground verbo (grounds, grounded, grounding)
    • tune verbo (tunes, tuned, tuning)
  2. to found
    to ground; to found; to base; lay the foundations of
  3. to found
    to establish; to settle; to colonize; to found; to open up; to ground; to prospect; to develop; to lay the foundations; to explore; to scan; to colonise
    • establish verbo (establishes, established, establishing)
    • settle verbo (settles, settled, settling)
    • colonize verbo, americano (colonizes, colonized, colonizing)
    • found verbo (founds, founded, founding)
    • open up verbo (opens up, opened up, opening up)
    • ground verbo (grounds, grounded, grounding)
    • prospect verbo (prospects, prospected, prospecting)
    • develop verbo (develops, developped, developping)
    • lay the foundations verbo (lays the foundations, laid the foundations, laying the foundations)
    • explore verbo (explores, explored, exploring)
    • scan verbo (scans, scanned, scanning)
    • colonise verbo, británico
  4. to found
    – use as a basis for; found on 1
    to establish; to base; to ground; to found
    – use as a basis for; found on 1
    • establish verbo (establishes, established, establishing)
    • base verbo (bases, based, basing)
      • base a claim on some observation1
    • ground verbo (grounds, grounded, grounding)
    • found verbo (founds, founded, founding)
  5. to found
    – set up or lay the groundwork for 1
    to establish; to plant; to found; to institute; to constitute
    – set up or lay the groundwork for 1
    • establish verbo (establishes, established, establishing)
      • establish a new department1
    • plant verbo (plants, planted, planting)
    • found verbo (founds, founded, founding)
    • institute verbo (institutes, instituted, instituting)
    • constitute verbo (constitutes, constituted, constituting)
  6. to found
    – set up or found 1
    to establish; to launch; to set up; to found
    – set up or found 1
    • establish verbo (establishes, established, establishing)
    • launch verbo (launches, launched, launching)
    • set up verbo (sets up, set up, setting up)
      • She set up a literacy program1
    • found verbo (founds, founded, founding)

Conjugaciones de found:

present
  1. found
  2. found
  3. founds
  4. found
  5. found
  6. found
simple past
  1. founded
  2. founded
  3. founded
  4. founded
  5. founded
  6. founded
present perfect
  1. have founded
  2. have founded
  3. has founded
  4. have founded
  5. have founded
  6. have founded
past continuous
  1. was founding
  2. were founding
  3. was founding
  4. were founding
  5. were founding
  6. were founding
future
  1. shall found
  2. will found
  3. will found
  4. shall found
  5. will found
  6. will found
continuous present
  1. am founding
  2. are founding
  3. is founding
  4. are founding
  5. are founding
  6. are founding
subjunctive
  1. be founded
  2. be founded
  3. be founded
  4. be founded
  5. be founded
  6. be founded
diverse
  1. found!
  2. let's found!
  3. founded
  4. founding
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

found adj.

  1. found
  2. found
    found
  3. found
    – come upon unexpectedly or after searching 1
    found
    – come upon unexpectedly or after searching 1
    • found adj.
      • found art1
      • the lost-and-found department1

found [the ~] sustantivo

  1. the found
    – food and lodging provided in addition to money 1
    the found
    – food and lodging provided in addition to money 1
    • found [the ~] sustantivo
      • they worked for $30 and found1

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Definiciones relacionadas de "found":

  1. come upon unexpectedly or after searching1
    • found art1
    • the lost-and-found department1
  2. food and lodging provided in addition to money1
    • they worked for $30 and found1
  3. use as a basis for; found on1
  4. set up or lay the groundwork for1
  5. set up or found1

find:

to find verbo (finds, found, finding)

  1. to find
    to find; to come across; to meet; to learn
    • find verbo (finds, found, finding)
    • come across verbo (comes across, came across, coming across)
    • meet verbo (meets, met, meeting)
    • learn verbo (learns, learnt, learning)
    to discover
    – get to know or become aware of, usually accidentally 1
    • discover verbo (discovers, discovered, discovering)
  2. to find
    to perceive; to see; to notice; to become aware of; to sense; to find
    • perceive verbo (perceives, perceived, perceiving)
    • see verbo (sees, saw, seeing)
    • notice verbo (notices, noticed, noticing)
    • become aware of verbo (becomes aware of, becoming aware of)
    • sense verbo (senses, sensed, sensing)
    • find verbo (finds, found, finding)
  3. to find
    to perceive; to become aware of; to keep apart; to notice; to hold apart; to sense; to see; to find
    • perceive verbo (perceives, perceived, perceiving)
    • become aware of verbo (becomes aware of, becoming aware of)
    • keep apart verbo (keeps apart, kept apart, keeping apart)
    • notice verbo (notices, noticed, noticing)
    • hold apart verbo (holds apart, held apart, holding apart)
    • sense verbo (senses, sensed, sensing)
    • see verbo (sees, saw, seeing)
    • find verbo (finds, found, finding)
  4. to find
    to find; to unearth; come accross
  5. to find
    – accept and make use of one's personality, abilities, and situation 1
    to find; find oneself
    – accept and make use of one's personality, abilities, and situation 1
    • find verbo (finds, found, finding)
      • My son went to Berkeley to find himself1
    • find oneself verbo
  6. to find
    – receive a specified treatment (abstract) 1
    to obtain; to get; to receive; to find; incur
    – receive a specified treatment (abstract) 1
    • obtain verbo (obtains, obtained, obtaining)
    • get verbo (gets, got, getting)
      • I got nothing but trouble for my good intentions1
    • receive verbo (receives, received, receiving)
      • These aspects of civilization do not find expression or receive an interpretation1
      • His movie received a good review1
    • find verbo (finds, found, finding)
      • These aspects of civilization do not find expression or receive an interpretation1
    • incur verbo
  7. to find
    – come to believe on the basis of emotion, intuitions, or indefinite grounds 1
    to find; to feel
    – come to believe on the basis of emotion, intuitions, or indefinite grounds 1
    • find verbo (finds, found, finding)
      • I find him to be obnoxious1
      • I found the movie rather entertaining1
    • feel verbo (feels, felt, feeling)
      • I feel that he doesn't like me1
  8. to find
    – make a discovery 1
    to find; to discover
    – make a discovery 1
    • find verbo (finds, found, finding)
      • She found that he had lied to her1
    • discover verbo (discovers, discovered, discovering)
      • The story is false, so far as I can discover1
  9. to find
    – establish after a calculation, investigation, experiment, survey, or study 1
    to determine; to find; to ascertain; to find out
    – establish after a calculation, investigation, experiment, survey, or study 1
    • determine verbo (determines, determined, determining)
    • find verbo (finds, found, finding)
      • find the product of two numbers1
      • The physicist who found the elusive particle won the Nobel Prize1
    • ascertain verbo (ascertains, ascertained, ascertaining)
    • find out verbo (finds out, found out, finding out)
  10. to find
    – decide on and make a declaration about 1
    to find; to rule
    – decide on and make a declaration about 1
    • find verbo (finds, found, finding)
      • find someone guilty1
    • rule verbo (rules, ruled, ruling)
  11. to find
    – make a discovery, make a new finding 1
    to find; to discover
    – make a discovery, make a new finding 1
    • find verbo (finds, found, finding)
      • Physicists believe they found a new elementary particle1
    • discover verbo (discovers, discovered, discovering)
      • Roentgen discovered X-rays1
  12. to find
    – succeed in reaching; arrive at 1
    to find
    – succeed in reaching; arrive at 1
    • find verbo (finds, found, finding)
      • The arrow found its mark1
  13. to find
    – perceive or be contemporaneous with 1
    to see; to find; to witness
    – perceive or be contemporaneous with 1
    • see verbo (sees, saw, seeing)
      • You'll see a lot of cheating in this school1
      • The 1960's saw the rebellion of the younger generation against established traditions1
      • I want to see results1
    • find verbo (finds, found, finding)
      • We found Republicans winning the offices1
    • witness verbo (witnesss, witnessed, witnessing)
  14. to find
    – discover or determine the existence, presence, or fact of 1
    to notice; to find; to discover; to detect; to observe
    – discover or determine the existence, presence, or fact of 1
    • notice verbo (notices, noticed, noticing)
    • find verbo (finds, found, finding)
      • We found traces of lead in the paint1
    • discover verbo (discovers, discovered, discovering)
    • detect verbo (detects, detected, detecting)
      • She detected high levels of lead in her drinking water1
    • observe verbo (observes, observed, observing)
  15. to find
    – perceive oneself to be in a certain condition or place 1
    to find
    – perceive oneself to be in a certain condition or place 1
    • find verbo (finds, found, finding)
      • I found myself in a difficult situation1
      • When he woke up, he found himself in a hospital room1
  16. to find
    – obtain through effort or management 1
    to find
    – obtain through effort or management 1
    • find verbo (finds, found, finding)
      • She found the time and energy to take care of her aging parents1
      • We found the money to send our sons to college1
  17. to find
    – get something or somebody for a specific purpose 1
    to find; to line up; to come up; get hold
    – get something or somebody for a specific purpose 1
    • find verbo (finds, found, finding)
      • I found this gadget that will serve as a bottle opener1
    • line up verbo (lines up, lined up, lining up)
    • come up verbo (comes up, came up, coming up)
    • get hold verbo
  18. to find
    – get or find back; recover the use of 1
    to retrieve; to recover; to find; to regain
    – get or find back; recover the use of 1
    • retrieve verbo (retrieves, retrieved, retrieving)
    • recover verbo (recovers, recovered, recovering)
    • find verbo (finds, found, finding)
      • She found her voice and replied quickly1
    • regain verbo (regains, regained, regaining)
      • She regained control of herself1
  19. to find
    – come upon, as if by accident; meet with 1
    to encounter; to find; chance; to happen; to bump
    – come upon, as if by accident; meet with 1
    • encounter verbo (encounters, encountered, encountering)
    • find verbo (finds, found, finding)
      • We find this idea in Plato1
    • chance verbo
      • She chanced upon an interesting book in the bookstore the other day1
    • happen verbo (happens, happened, happening)
      • I happened upon the most wonderful bakery not very far from here1
    • bump verbo (bumps, bumped, bumping)
  20. to find
    – come upon after searching; find the location of something that was missed or lost 1
    to find; to regain
    – come upon after searching; find the location of something that was missed or lost 1
    • find verbo (finds, found, finding)
      • Did you find your glasses?1
      • I cannot find my gloves!1
    • regain verbo (regains, regained, regaining)
  21. to find
    – To locate text or a specific item on a Web page or in a document. 2
    to find
    – To locate text or a specific item on a Web page or in a document. 2
    • find verbo (finds, found, finding)
  22. to find
    – To locate or come upon through action. 2
    to find
    – To locate or come upon through action. 2
    • find verbo (finds, found, finding)

Conjugaciones de find:

present
  1. find
  2. find
  3. finds
  4. find
  5. find
  6. find
simple past
  1. found
  2. found
  3. found
  4. found
  5. found
  6. found
present perfect
  1. have found
  2. have found
  3. has found
  4. have found
  5. have found
  6. have found
past continuous
  1. was finding
  2. were finding
  3. was finding
  4. were finding
  5. were finding
  6. were finding
future
  1. shall find
  2. will find
  3. will find
  4. shall find
  5. will find
  6. will find
continuous present
  1. am finding
  2. are finding
  3. is finding
  4. are finding
  5. are finding
  6. are finding
subjunctive
  1. be found
  2. be found
  3. be found
  4. be found
  5. be found
  6. be found
diverse
  1. find!
  2. let's find!
  3. found
  4. finding
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

find [the ~] sustantivo

  1. the find
    the discovery; the find
  2. the find
    the invention; the discovery; the find
  3. the find
    – the act of discovering something 1
    the find; the discovery; the uncovering
    – the act of discovering something 1
  4. the find
    – a productive insight 1
    the find; the discovery; the breakthrough
    – a productive insight 1

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Definiciones relacionadas de "find":

  1. the act of discovering something1
  2. a productive insight1
  3. accept and make use of one's personality, abilities, and situation1
    • My son went to Berkeley to find himself1
  4. receive a specified treatment (abstract)1
    • These aspects of civilization do not find expression or receive an interpretation1
  5. come to believe on the basis of emotion, intuitions, or indefinite grounds1
    • I find him to be obnoxious1
    • I found the movie rather entertaining1
  6. make a discovery1
    • She found that he had lied to her1
  7. establish after a calculation, investigation, experiment, survey, or study1
    • find the product of two numbers1
    • The physicist who found the elusive particle won the Nobel Prize1
  8. decide on and make a declaration about1
    • find someone guilty1
  9. make a discovery, make a new finding1
    • Physicists believe they found a new elementary particle1
  10. succeed in reaching; arrive at1
    • The arrow found its mark1
  11. perceive or be contemporaneous with1
    • We found Republicans winning the offices1
  12. discover or determine the existence, presence, or fact of1
    • We found traces of lead in the paint1
  13. perceive oneself to be in a certain condition or place1
    • I found myself in a difficult situation1
    • When he woke up, he found himself in a hospital room1
  14. obtain through effort or management1
    • She found the time and energy to take care of her aging parents1
    • We found the money to send our sons to college1
  15. get something or somebody for a specific purpose1
    • I found this gadget that will serve as a bottle opener1
  16. get or find back; recover the use of1
    • She found her voice and replied quickly1
  17. come upon, as if by accident; meet with1
    • We find this idea in Plato1
  18. come upon after searching; find the location of something that was missed or lost1
    • Did you find your glasses?1
    • I cannot find my gloves!1
  19. To locate text or a specific item on a Web page or in a document.2
  20. To locate or come upon through action.2

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