1. find out
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We'll find out if you got the answer right later on in the show.
I'll find out.
So, I've always been Googling this word, "human," to find out how many hits I get.
1. I am trying to find out how this machine works. 2. The detective found out the truth of the case.
I'm going to call the cinema to find out what time the film starts. / We can find out if what you remember is true. / Unless they found out that we helped him escape.
I read a lot of articles in scientific journals to find out about new discoveries.
I must find out the train times. [+ question word] Peter was shocked when he found out what we had done.
I'm sorry that you didn't know the meeting had been canceled. I didn't find out myself until just a few minutes ago.
to find out=to get information about something or someone. He was found out cheating in the exam.
After each call we interview our customers to find out how they rated the conversation from 1 to 10 and whether they would recommend our company to their friends.
It's a big mystery, but I'll find out the truth.
Tom phoned Ann to find out if she was fine
I don't know, but I can find out if you want
The Sunday Thimes decided to find out if school is easier than it used to be.
English word "enterarse"(find out) occurs in sets:Capítulo 10/2