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Pronunciation: (found), [key]
v.
1. pt. and pp. of find.
2. equipped, outfitted, or furnished: He bought a new boat, fully found.

adj.
Brit.provided or furnished without additional charge, as to a tenant; included within the price, rent, etc. (often used postpositively): Room to let, laundry found.

n.
something that is provided or furnished without charge, esp. meals given a domestic: Maid wanted, good salary and found.

found



Pronunciation: (found), [key]
v.t.
1. to set up or establish on a firm basis or for enduring existence: to found a new publishing company.
2. to lay the lowest part of (a structure) on a firm base or ground: a house founded on solid rock.
3. to base or ground (usually fol. by on or upon): a story founded on fact.
4. to provide a basis or ground for.

found



Pronunciation: (found), [key]
v.t.
1. to melt and pour (metal, glass, etc.) into a mold.
2. to form or make (an article) of molten material in a mold; cast.

Random House Unabridged Dictionary, Copyright © 1997, by Random House, Inc., on Infoplease.

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