発見, 創製, 発現, 露見, 露顕
Noun(1) the act of discovering something(2) something that is discovered(3) a productive insight(4) (law
(1) Eating always filled us with a sense of adventure and discovery .(2) The discovery of potential terrorists is proof that the process has begun.(3) the drug is not a new discovery(4) Such a discovery would have fascinating consequences for the debate on the origins of life on Earth.(5) But after staying there for a month, she found it was a voyage full of hardship and discovery .(6) I don't know if this is a new discovery , but I've never seen it elsewhere.(7) the discovery of the body(8) This is a remarkable discovery , assuming it's not a hoax and it really doesn't look so.(9) It was a little scary, too, because I knew that it would be an entirely new process of discovery .(10) But the human passion for knowledge and discovery , as I've said, always has a downside.(11) He believes it happened through a gradual process of scientific discovery .(12) Climbers at the bottom of a glacier made another stunning discovery near the crash site.(13) This discovery must be one of excitement and pleasure, so the journey of discovery itself is rewarding.(14) Part of the wonder of this lace construction for us is the process of discovery involved in locating each figure.(15) Pupils have had the chance to travel back in time more than half a century, thanks to an exciting discovery at their school.(16) I countered this superstition with a serendipitous discovery from my own research.
1. finding ::
2. realization ::
3. invention ::
4. find ::
6. breakthrough ::
Different Formsdiscoveries, discovery
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