发现 (Chinese PinYin: [fā xiàn]; traditional Chinese:發現) may mean: (1) verb. discover, e.g. 发现问题 (identify problems); (2) noun. finding, e.g. 考古发现 (archaeological finding. Literally: 发 (launch) + 现 (appear). It is one of the basic mandarin Chinese words that will occur often in everyday use. Some example phrases and expressions are: 科学发现 (scientific discovery), 突然发现 (suddenly find out), 被发现 (be found).
1. How to pronounce 发现?
Chinese Pinyin: [fā xiàn]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 发现
Synonyms: 发觉, 察觉, 觉察, 察觉, 发掘
Antonyms: 掩盖, 埋没, 湮没,
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 发现.
Fixed expression: N/A
Collocation: 科学发现 (scientific discovery), 突然发现 (suddenly find out), 被发现 (be found), 发现问题 (identify problems), 发现不足 (identify the insufficiency), 发现险情 (spot a danger), 良心发现 (stung by conscience),
4. How to use 发现 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 发现.
Translation: I found an interesting guy.
Translation: They claimed to have discovered a new pulsar.
Translation: The new scientific discovery will change our existing understanding of cancer.
Translation: The pilot found that the undercarriage could not be retracted.
4.5 她装扮得漂漂亮亮的， 却发现无处可去炫耀。
Translation: She dressed herself up and found nowhere to show up.
Translation: They conducted a thorough search of the place but found no valuable clues.
Translation: If we stay in the cave, we will not be discovered by the enemy.
Translation: New dads may find it difficult to make time for the other relationships.
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