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researchre‧search2 /rɪˈsɜːtʃ $ -ɜːr-/ ●●○ AWL verb [intransitive, transitive]  1 SESTUDYto study a subject in detail, especially in order to discover new facts or test new ideasinvestigate He’s been researching material for a documentary.research into Ten years ago I began researching into the role of women in trade unions.RegisterIn everyday English, people often use the expression do research rather than the verb to research:She’s been doing some research into the history of the area.2 STUDYto get all the necessary facts and information for something This book has been very well researched.→ See Verb table
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researchJoslin's legal documents were praised for being well researched.He researched alone at night, and by day discussed his findings with no one.That was 10 years ago and since then I've researched and developed that simple dieting principle.Vargas began researching his family's history 12 years ago.Doctors researching into the causes of the disease believe they may have found a cure.At one time we had about eighty people here who did nothing but research into various family genealogies.Scientific Officer required to assist with a project researching intracellular events in scrapie-infected cells.He spent four years researching material for the play.The couple still maintain close links with local schools, where they spend hours researching, sketching and absorbing jokes.They want to research the features and the prices and they want to get the information from some one they can trust.It is important to research the market fully before offering a new product for sale.