find\ out


find\ out
1. III
1) find out smth. / smth. out / find out all the facts (smb.'s address, the proper answer, all about it, the cause of his death, the meaning of the passage, etc.) узнать / выяснить / все данные / факты, обстоятельства / и т. д.; during their stay in the town they tried to find out all their relatives во время пребывания в этом городе они попытались разыскать всех своих родственников
2) find out smb. / smb. out / find out a thief (a mischief-maker, a spy, etc.) поймать / разоблачить / вора и т. д.
2. XI
be found out at some time you'll be found out sooner or later рано или поздно вас разоблачат / раскроют / ; as soon as all the facts have been found out как только были установлены все факты
3. XVI
find out about smth., smb. find out about his intentions (about the girl, about her antecedents, etc.) выяснить его намерения и т. д.; did you find out about the trains? вы узнали / выяснили / насчет поездов / расписание / ?
4. XXI1
find smb. out in smth. find smb. out in a lie (in a fraud, in theft, etc.) уличить кого-л. во лжи и т. д.
5. XXV
find out who... (where..., how..., etc.) find out who broke the window (who threw the first stone, who is going to come, etc.) выяснить / узнать / , кто разбил окно и т. д.; find out where he lives (where he keeps his money, where he's gone, etc.) выяснить / узнать / , где он живет и т. д.; find out how to do it разузнать, как это сделать

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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