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Idioms about find

    find fault. fault (def. 16).
    find oneself, to discover where one's real interests or talents lie, and follow them: After trying many occupations, he finally found himself and became an account executive.

Origin of find

before 900; Middle English finden,Old English findan; cognate with German finden,Dutch vinden,Old Norse finna,Gothic finthan

OTHER WORDS FROM find

find·a·ble, adjectivere·find, verb (used with object), re·found, re·find·ing.
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How to use find in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for find

find
/ (faɪnd) /

verb finds, finding or found (faʊnd) (mainly tr)
noun
a person, thing, etc, that is found, esp a valuable or fortunate discovery

Derived forms of find

findable, adjective

Word Origin for find

Old English findan; related to Old Norse finna, Gothic finthan, Old High German fintan to find
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Other Idioms and Phrases with find

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