v. 发现，找到; 了解到; 发掘(人才)
If you discover something that you did not know about before, you become aware of it or learn of it.
She discovered that they'd escaped...
I discovered I was pregnant...
If a person or thing is discovered, someone finds them, either by accident or because they have been looking for them.
A few days later his badly beaten body was discovered on a roadside outside the city.
When someone discovers a new place, substance, scientific fact, or scientific technique, they are the first person to find it or become aware of it.
...the first European to discover America...
In the 19th century, gold was discovered in California...
If you say that someone has discovered a particular activity or subject, you mean that they have tried doing it or studying it for the first time and that they enjoyed it.
I wish I'd discovered photography when I was younger...
Discover the delights and luxury of a private yacht.
When an actor, musician, or other performer who is not well-known is discovered, someone recognizes that they have talent and helps them in their career.
The Beatles were discovered in the early 1960's.
1. discover or determine the existence, presence, or fact of;
2. make a discovery, make a new finding;
3. get to know or become aware of, usually accidentally;
4. make a discovery;
5. find unexpectedly;
6. make known to the public information that was previously known only to a few people or that was meant to be kept a secret;
7. see for the first time; make a discovery;
8. identify as in botany or biology, for example
discover, find, detect, ascertain
But as lawyers here discover, there are limits to China's embrace of judicial reform.
But when you lift your head and discover the rain drops.
I'll need several weeks to discover the lie of the land before I can make any decisions about the future of the business.
A lucky find in the Cotswolds is helping archaeologists discover what life was like in Roman Britain.
He was pleasantly surprised to discover that he was no longer afraid.