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発見, はっけん

  • hakken


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • discovery
  • detection
  • finding

Examples of 発見,はっけん in a Sentence

This is a surprising discovery.
Chance led to the discovery of the new island.
Scientists have been discovering new drugs, so there is always hope for the unconscious person.
I found the question very easy.
We found a secret door into the building.
We have rejoiced over his discovery.
The discovery of electric waves made radio possible.
It was Marie Curie who discovered radium.
It is said that the Vikings anticipated Columbus in discovering America.
The explorers discovered a skeleton in the cave.

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