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foundfound2 ●●○ AWL verb [transitive] 🔊 🔊 1 START something/MAKE something STARTto start something such as an organization, company, school, or city, often by providing the necessary money syn establish 🔊 Founded in 1935 in Ohio, Alcoholics Anonymous is now a world-wide organization. 🔊 Eton College was founded by Henry VI in 1440.see thesaurus at establish2 be founded on/upon something3 technicalTI to melt metal and pour it into a mould (=a hollow shape), to make things such as tools and parts for machinesfounding noun [uncountable] 🔊 the founding of the University of Chicago well-founded→ See Verb table
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foundWe also found a whole batch of papers which we thought might be vital to the war effort.Eventually, the spare key was found and they were released from the clutches of the car.They're still trying to establish a motive for the stabbing of Richard Miles, who was found dead in his garden.The jealousy and sense of betrayal were so all-consuming that he had found himself unable to move.She found it practical as well as beautiful.Just off the main street, she found the first of the carrion creatures.I found the pages devoted to soy pastes and fish sauces particularly useful.When it came time for her to marry, no suitable groom could be found until a mouse was offered.