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jewelry-making findings

find·ing

 (fīn′dĭng)
n.
1. Something that has been found.
2.
a. A conclusion reached after examination or investigation: the finding of a grand jury; a coroner's findings.
b. A statement or document containing an authoritative decision or conclusion: a presidential finding that authorized the covert operation.
3. findings Small tools and materials used by an artisan: a jeweler's findings.

findings

(ˈfaɪndɪŋz)
pl n
(Tools) US the tools and equipment of an artisan
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.findings - a collection of tools and other articles used by an artisan to make jewelry or clothing or shoes
aggregation, collection, accumulation, assemblage - several things grouped together or considered as a whole
Translations
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findings

[ˈfaɪndɪŋz] npl
[report] → constatations fpl; [survey] → conclusions fpl
One of the survey's main findings was that → L'une des conclusions majeures de l'enquête était que ...
(LAW) [court] → conclusions fpl, verdict m
The committee's findings are → Les conclusions de la commission sont ...

findings

[ˈfaɪndɪŋz] npl (of report, of inquiry) → conclusioni fpl (Law) → verdetto

findings

n., pl. hallazgos, resultados de una investigación o indagación.
References in classic literature ?
I should hate to trust its findings further than to differentiate between individuals.
We made a play at holding a court, and Telepasse, the old scoundrel, accepted the findings.
He generalized upon the findings of thousands of investigators.
But it accomplished nothing other than to convince me that there were several officers upon it who were in full sympathy with Johnson, for, though no charges had been preferred against him, the board went out of its way specifically to exonerate him in its findings.
Finding it so directly on the threshold of our narrative, which is now about to issue from that inauspicious portal, we could hardly do otherwise than pluck one of its flowers, and present it to the reader.
The one trifling obstacle in the way was the difficulty of finding the woman.
As I lay in bed this morning between sleeping and waking, an idea came riding on a sunbeam into my room,--a mad, whimsical idea, but one that suits my mood; and put briefly, it is this: how is it that I, a not unpresentable young man, a man not without accomplishments or experience, should have gone all these years without finding that
Turning away from the sea we wandered miserably inland, finding as we went various herbs and fruits which we ate, feeling that we might as well live as long as possible though we had no hope of escape.
Having travelled from land to land in this fashion without finding anything to rivet his attention, it occurred to him to take the form of an eagle, and in this shape he flew across many countries and arrived at length in a new and lovely spot, where the air seemed filled with the scent of jessamine and orange flowers with which the ground was thickly planted.
These reports charmed us, because they flattered our desires; but our superiors finding nothing in all this talk that could be depended on, were in suspense what directions to give us, till my companion and I upon this reflection, that since all the ways were equally new to us, we had nothing to do but to resign ourselves to the Providence of God, asked and obtained the permission of our superiors to attempt the road through Melinda.
Maritornes was fretting and sweating at finding herself held so fast by Don Quixote, and not understanding or heeding the words he addressed to her, she strove without speaking to free herself.
Infuriated by political animosity, the wives in many a noble household wearied their lords with prayers to give up their opposition to the Colour Bill; and some, finding their entreaties fruitless, fell on and slaughtered their innocent children and husband, perishing themselves in the act of carnage.