finding


finding
finding [n] judgment, verdict award, conclusion, data, decision, decree, discovery, pronouncement, recommendation, sentence; concept 685

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  • finding — find·ing n: a determination resulting from judicial or administrative examination or inquiry (as at trial) esp. into matters of fact as embodied in the verdict of a jury or decision of a court, referee, or administrative body or officer; also,… …   Law dictionary

  • Finding — Find ing, n. 1. That which is found, come upon, or provided; esp. (pl.), that which a journeyman artisan finds or provides for himself; as tools, trimmings, etc. [1913 Webster] When a man hath been laboring . . . in the deep mines of knowledge,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • finding — (n.) c.1300, an abandoned child, from prp. of FIND (Cf. find) (v.). Cf. FOUNDLING (Cf. foundling). Later, a discovery; that which is found out (1590s). Meaning result of a judicial examination is from 1859. Related: Findings …   Etymology dictionary

  • finding — ► NOUN ▪ a conclusion reached as a result of an inquiry, investigation, or trial …   English terms dictionary

  • finding — [fīn′diŋ] n. [ME: see FIND] 1. the act of one who finds; discovery 2. something found or discovered 3. [pl.] miscellaneous small articles or materials used in making garments, shoes, jewelry, etc., as buttons, buckles, or clasps 4. [often pl.]… …   English World dictionary

  • finding — noun 1 (usually findings) result of research into sth ADJECTIVE ▪ important, key, significant ▪ I ll now summarize the key findings from these studies. ▪ main ▪ …   Collocations dictionary

  • finding — find find [faɪnd] verb found PTandPP [faʊnd] [transitive] 1. if you find work or employment, you get a job or some work. If you find someone to do a job, you employ them to do that job: • Karen found a job with a major travel company after she co …   Financial and business terms

  • finding — n. 1) finding that + clause (it was the court s finding that no crime had been committed) 2) (misc.) to rubber stamp a committee s findings * * * [ faɪndɪŋ] (misc.) to rubber stamp a committee s findings finding that + clause (it was the court s… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • Finding — Recorded in several spellings including Finden, Findon, Findin, and Finding, this is an Anglo Scottish surname. It is locational either from the village of Findon in the county of Sussex, or from an estate, or in former times a barony, known as… …   Surnames reference

  • finding — Synonyms and related words: accomplishment, accouterment, action, answer, armament, ascertainment, award, bonus, bringing to light, buried treasure, casual discovery, catching, catering, chance discovery, chandlery, clearing up, conclusion,… …   Moby Thesaurus


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