捜索, そうさく

  • sōsaku
JLPT 1

Definition of 捜索,そうさく

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

  • search (esp. for someone or something missing)
  • investigation

Examples of 捜索,そうさく in a Sentence

We spread out and began to search through the woods.
A hunt is on for the runaway.
行方不明捜索着手した
He set out to find his lost mother.
The police have started a nationwide hunt for the criminal.
The investigator left no stone unturned in his search for evidence. When he left the place, it was in an utter mess.
警察はその徹底的に捜索した
The police thoroughly searched the house.
Police immediately sealed off the streets around the hotel as they searched for the bomb.
It goes without saying, but the search ended in vain.
The storm hindered us from searching for the missing child.
The police searched that house to be sure the stolen shoes were not there.
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