||look for faults and mistakes, criticize
||I don't want to be around a guy who is always finding fault.
|find my tongue
||think of something to say, think of a reply
||When she told me she had AIDS, I couldn't find my tongue.
||We found out he was a member of a cult. His sister told us.
|find your voice
||discover your personal style
||Write, write, write until you find your voice - your own style.
|find your way
||find the correct path or road
||A bus driver will help you find your way. Ask for directions.
||be surprised by what happens to you
||If I don't brush my teeth, I may find myself without friends.
||nice-looking friend, dear friend, old acquaintance
||Now, my fine-feathered friend, tell me the story of your escape.
||(See a fine-toothed comb)
||cause it to work very well, cause it to run smoothly
||Sandro fine-tuned my Peugeot. Now it purrs like a kitten.
||He was fingered for the crime, but he didn't steal anything.