|Origin:||explorare, from plorare 'to cry out'; probably from the shouting of hunters when they see the animal they are trying to catch|
ex‧plore S3 W2
to discuss or think about something carefully [= look at]:
Management need to explore ways of improving office security.
I'm going to explore the possibility of a part-time job.
2 [intransitive and transitive]
to travel around an area in order to find out about it:
Venice is a wonderful city to explore.
to look for something such as oil, minerals etc
4 [transitive] written
to feel something with your hand or another part of your body to find out what it is like:
Gingerly she explored the bump on her head with her fingers.