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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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The car's rock-bottom insurance, exceptional fuel economy and rating in crash tests also found favour with the judges.
Launched at the recent Commercial Motor Show, the Autofridge transport refrigeration system has already found favour with users servicing UK food chain applications.
HILTON Group recorded the second-highest gain on the London FTSE 100 index yesterday as the internet-betting plans of its Ladbrokes subsidiary found favour in the City.
But it was the energetic renditions of their Half Man Half Biscuit-influenced songs from debut Bang Bang Rock and Roll such as My Little Brother that found favour with their ecstatic Brummie fanbase.
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Already she's found favour with accomplished artists such as Lionel Richie and Chris Martin.
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But his comments have not found favour with education chiefs in Coventry who say local education authorities have a key role.
Blondie's Heart of Glass was given a reggae makeover, while the Kaiser Chiefs' Oh My God and a brave attempt at Blank Expression by The Specials - one of her biggest influences - found favour with her adoring Wolverhampton crowd.
Gravity has already found favour with music afficionados everywhere and more than deserves to become one of the biggest hits of the year.
He said: "Mike has a fabulous show record, particularly in the past 12 months and has found favour among the top terrier judges in the country.
60 an hour found favour with many, and a large number would support a higher level.