This article will see phrasal verbs starting with the word “Find.”

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## List of Phrasal verbs with Find

The list of phrasal verbs that start with the word “Find” is as follows.

- Find out

Let us see the meaning of each **phrasal verb with Find **and their usage in a sentence.

### 1. Find out

**Find out** meaning: *To get information about something because you want to know more about it or to learn a fact or piece of information for the first time.*

Using ** Find out** in a sentence:

- I need to find out what happened.
- She wants to find out the truth.
- Let’s find out the answer.
- He needs to find out the cause.
- We want to find out how it works.
- I want to find out if it’s true.
- Can you help me find out more information?
- They’re trying to find out who did it.
- I’m going to find out what the problem is.
- She’s trying to find out where he is.
- I need to find out why it happened.
- Can you find out what he wants?
- Let’s find out what the options are.
- I’m trying to find out if I got the job.
- They want to find out who’s responsible.
- She needs to find out the details.
- I want to find out what the cost is.
- Let’s find out what time it starts.
- They’re trying to find out how long it will take.
- I’m going to find out what the requirements are.
- She wants to find out who’s coming.
- Can you help me find out what the address is?
- I need to find out if it’s open.
- They’re trying to find out what the best route is.
- Let’s find out what the menu is.
- I’m trying to find out how to get there.
- She wants to find out the history.
- Can you find out what the hours are?
- I want to find out what the return policy is.
- They’re trying to find out what the next step is.
- Let’s find out what the weather is like.
- I’m going to find out what the availability is.
- She needs to find out what the price is.
- Can you help me find out what the regulations are?
- I’m trying to find out what the warranty covers.
- They want to find out what the duties are.
- Let’s find out what the conditions are.
- I want to find out what the procedures are.
- They’re trying to find out what the eligibility criteria are.
- I’m going to find out what the qualifications are.
- She wants to find out what the expectations are.
- Can you find out what the background is?
- I need to find out what the limitations are.
- They’re trying to find out what the benefits are.
- Let’s find out what the risks are.
- I’m trying to find out what the options for treatment are.
- She needs to find out what the guidelines are.
- Can you help me find out what the instructions are?
- I want to find out what the specifications are.
- They’re trying to find out what the requirements for the project are.