verb (used without object)
verb (used with object)
- rescue dog,
- rescue grass,
- rescue mission,
- research and development,
- research library,
- research park,
- research quantum,
Origin of research
Examples from the Web for researcher
“The bigger issue is that vendors are not held accountable for writing insecure code,” says researcher Rios.
It does to researcher Julie Myers at the Bureau of HIV/AIDS Prevention and Control in New York City.
A researcher attending a fertility conference in Michigan this week discussed her research linking obesity to lower fertility.
One researcher, in defense of the animals, even sued Disney for defamation (PDF) of character.‘The Lion King’ Turns 20: Every Crazy, Weird Fact About the Disney Classic|Kevin Fallon|June 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Kirk Havens, a researcher at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science, is one of those scientists.
Consider, for instance, the many ramifications and possibilities which would be thrown open to the researcher!The Problems of Psychical Research|Hereward Carrington
And so on, you know (the Researcher muttered, flicking over the pages of his note-book).The Psychical Researcher's Tale - The Sceptical Poltergeist|J. D. Beresford
I'm sure it thrills you to realize that some researcher, far in the future, will one day use the very knowledge that you gave.At the Post|Horace Leonard Gold
Leoh became a student once again, then a researcher, and finally a Professor of Psychophysiology.The Dueling Machine|Benjamin William Bova
The "researcher" will find it hard to discover a retreat where its rays will not follow and expose him.Experiments on Animals|Stephen Paget
Word Origin for research
1570s, "act of searching closely," from Middle French recerche (1530s, Modern French recherche), back-formation from Old French recercher (see research (v.)). Meaning "scientific inquiry" is first attested 1630s. Phrase research and development is recorded from 1923.
1590s, from Middle French recercher, from Old French recercher "seek out, search closely," from re-, intensive prefix (see re-), + cercher "to seek for" (see search (v.)). Related: Researched; researching.