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01. Some [research] into second language learning has shown that fluency increases with moderate amounts of alcohol.
02. Jane Goodall's [research] into chimpanzees has greatly increased our knowledge of these animals.
03. Spencer's father is doing [research] into the melting of the polar ice cap in the Arctic.
04. The "Run for the Cure" is an annual event which raises money for [research] into breast cancer.
05. The latest scientific [research] into cancer shows that environment is the most important factor in the development of the disease.
06. I have to go to the library this afternoon to do some [research] for my history essay.
07. Some people find it unacceptable to do medical [research] on animals.
08. Wilson Mizner once said that if you steal from one author, it's plagiarism, but if you steal from many, it's [research].
09. Cynthia Nelms once remarked that if men liked shopping, they'd call it [research].
10. Einstein once said that if he knew what it was he was doing, it would not be called [research].
11. Our market [researchers] are responsible for getting feedback from potential customers before a new product is released.
12. In December of 1959, 12 countries signed a treaty preserving Antarctica for peaceful purposes and scientific [research].
13. Using the Internet can dramatically speed up your [research] on a topic.
14. She is part of a team which is [researching] how the SARS virus was introduced into this country.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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  • research — re‧search [rɪˈsɜːtʆ, ˈriːsɜːtʆ ǁ ɜːr ] noun [uncountable] 1. study of a subject to find out new things about it or to test new ideas, products etc: • A leading pharmaceutical company will finance the research. • What sets us apart from the rest… …   Financial and business terms

  • Research — Re*search (r? s?rch ), n. [Pref. re + search: cf OF. recerche, F. recherche.] 1. Diligent inquiry or examination in seeking facts or principles; laborious or continued search after truth; as, researches of human wisdom; to research a topic in the …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Research*eu — est un magazine européen dédié à la recherche scientifique dans la communauté européenne. Il est publié en anglais, français, allemand et espagnol et est édité par l unité communication de la DG Recherche de la commission européenne. Son… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Research*eu — ist der Titel des Magazin des Europäischen Forschungsraums, das die die Europäische Kommission in vier Sprachausgabenn, nämlich auf deutsch, englisch, französisch und spanisch herausgibt. Unter dem alten Namen FTE info Magazin über Europäische… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • research*eu — magazine de l espace européen de la recherche Langue Publié en français, anglais, allemand et espagnol Périodicité Dix numéros par an Rédacteur en chef …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Research eu — research*eu ist der Titel des Magazins des Europäischen Forschungsraums, das die Europäische Kommission in vier Sprachen, nämlich auf Deutsch, Englisch, Französisch und Spanisch herausgibt. Unter dem alten Namen FTE info – Magazin über… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • research — ► NOUN ▪ the systematic study of materials and sources in order to establish facts and reach new conclusions. ► VERB 1) carry out research into. 2) use research to discover or verify information to be presented in (a book, programme, etc.).… …   English terms dictionary

  • research — [rē′sʉrch΄, ri sʉrch′] n. [MFr recerche < recercher, to travel through, survey: see RE & SEARCH] [sometimes pl.] careful, systematic, patient study and investigation in some field of knowledge, undertaken to discover or establish facts or… …   English World dictionary

  • research — I noun analysis, careful search, close inquiry, eruditio, examination, experimentation, exploration, factfinding, indagation, inquest, inquiry, inquisition, inspection, investigation, observation, probe, pursuit, quest, questioning,… …   Law dictionary

  • research — 1570s, act of searching closely, from M.Fr. recerche (1530s), from O.Fr. recercher seek out, search closely, from re , intensive prefix, + cercher to seek for (see SEARCH (Cf. search)). Meaning scientific inquiry is first attested 1630s. Related …   Etymology dictionary

  • research — [n] examination, study analysis, delving, experimentation, exploration, factfinding, fishing expedition*, groundwork, inquest, inquiry, inquisition, investigation, legwork*, probe, probing, quest, R and D*, scrutiny; concepts 349,362 Ant.… …   New thesaurus