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|found in dustbin||1.92||0.5||9699||87|
|foundation directory online||0.94||0.2||2801||53|
|founders federal credit union||1.23||0.7||8703||7|
|foundation season 2||1.09||0.1||1455||91|
|foundation tv series||1.75||0.1||6991||96|
|foundation building materials||1.44||0.9||7460||3|
|foundation apple tv||0.9||0.1||7415||27|
Definition of found (Entry 2 of 5) 1 : having all usual, standard, or reasonably expected equipment the boat comes fully found, ready to go — Holiday. 2 : presented as or incorporated into an artistic work essentially as found sculpture of fabric, wood, and other found materials — Hilton Kramer.What is the past tense of found?
His body has not been found. Found is also a verb. If someone founds a town or an organization, they cause it to be built or to exist. The past tense and past participle of found is founded. Tyndall founded his own publishing company. Collins COBUILD English Usage © HarperCollins Publishers 1992, 2004, 2011, 2012Where does the word found come from?
The verb found goes back to the Latin word fundus, meaning "bottom," which in turn led to fundāre, meaning "to lay the bottom of something.". If you were to found a library, they might build a statue of you near the entrance. If you're having trouble finding the library, look for a statue with a familiar face.What is the difference between found and established?
1. found - set up or found; "She set up a literacy program". establish, launch, set up. open, open up - start to operate or function or cause to start operating or functioning; "open a business". 2. found - set up or lay the groundwork for; "establish a new department". institute, establish, plant, constitute.