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(Adjudge), verb adjudicate, ascertain, award, confirm, decide, declare a verdict, decree, detect, determine, encounter, experience, hear of, hold, judge, learn, observe, perceive, pronounce, rule, sentence, settle, sit in judgment

find

(Determine), verb adjudge, adjudicate, announce a conclusion, arrive at a conclusion, arrive at a verdict, ascertain and declare, ascertain by judicial inquiry, come to a conclusion, compromise, conclude, decide a question of fact, decide upon, declare a verdict, deduce, deliver judgment, determine a controversy, determine after judicial inquiry, determine an issue, draw a conclusion, establish as facts, give an opinion, give judggent, hold, judge, make a decision, pass an opinion, pass judgment, pronounce as an official act, resolve, rule, set a question at rest, sit in judgment
Associated concepts: findings of fact

find

(Discover), verb acquire information about, apprehend, ascertain, attain by effort, bare, become acquainted with, become apprised of, become informed, bring into the open, catch a glimpse of, chance upon, cognoscere, come upon, create, decipher, decode, detect, discern, disclose, disentangle, disinter, divine, divulge, elicit, encounter, explore, expose, fathom, ferret out, figgre out, gather knowledge, get to the bottom of, glimpse, happen upon, hit upon, identify, invenire, invent, ken, know, learn, light upon, locate, make certain, meet with, notice, observe, obtain by search, perceive, realize, reveal, run across, solve, strike, stumble on, trace, uncloak, unconceal, uncover, understand, unearth, unfold, unlock, unmask, unravel, unscramble, unscreen, unshroud, unveil, verify

find

(Locate), verb achieve, attain, collect, descry, dig up, discover, disinter, espy, expose, furnish, gain, gather, provide the wherewithal, recover, repossess, resolve, retrieve, spot, supply, uncover, unearth
See also: acquisition, adjudge, adjudicate, ascertain, award, conclude, decide, decree, detect, determine, disinter, ferret, hold, invent, judge, locate, pass judgment, prize, procure, pronounce, rule, sentence

find

to determine an issue after judicial inquiry.
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Many people have worked to find ways to use recycled materials in the system, particularly recycled asphalt.
He also welcomed the statement of Indian Minister for external affairs Salman Khurshid in which he said that India is ready to help Pakistan come out of energy crises and find ways for this purpose.
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E, or Culture, Abilities, Resilience and Effort, is designed to help educators reflect on the causes of disparity in achievement and find ways to improve academic success with innovative, research-based instructional strategies.
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We simply have to find ways to make our services marketable to consumers, who deserve to orchestrate their own care.
According to New York City Ballet soloist Daniel Ulbricht, the way to avoid Nutcracker burnout is to think out of the box--to find ways to alleviate repetitive stress and lift flagging spirits without compromising the integrity of a performance.
After the commercialization of PP in 1957, resin companies vied to find ways to orient it.
We are constantly trying to find ways to improve the effectiveness of our communications for our clients and use new technologies, while also trying to reduce total spending," LaRose says.