Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Seek"

The meaning of "Seek" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does eagerly sought mean?
A: Eagerly means keenly or enthusiastically. For example: I was eager to meet him. I eagerly awaited her arrival. Sought is the past of seek (to attempt to find/get something). For example: I will seek refuge in that house. I sought refuge in that house. I seek a partner. I sought a partner. So ‘eagerly sought’ means enthusiastically looked for. It’s quite a formal phrase and not very common. It is probably used more often in writing than in speaking. Some example sentences: This rare coin is eagerly sought. He eagerly sought a wife. We eagerly sought the treasure, but we did not find it. 分かっていますか。 頑張って!
Q: What does sought mean?
A: past and past participle of seek.
Q: What does seek mean?
A: To look for, to search I am seeking to find a book. Pirates seek to find treasure.
Q: What does "sought" mean?
A: @aquielle: ty!
Q: What does seek mean?
A: @Delil: look for

Example sentences using "Seek"

Q: Please show me example sentences with "to seek".
A: To seek: to look for, pursue
Q: Please show me example sentences with seek.
A: Seek = buscar, procurar É mais formal que search ou look for. Usa-se bastante com expressões filosóficas e religiosas: 'Seek God's presence' 'Seek wisdom' 'Seek the way for the truth'
Q: Please show me example sentences with seek to .
A: “I seek to find the meaning of life” “I’m seeking to find some solace after all this grief” It is normally used in conjunction “to find” abstract nouns. Typically you wouldn’t say “I seek to find water”, so the rule of usage is generally kept to nouns which denote ideas, feelings, emotions or abstract concepts XD
Q: Please show me example sentences with seek out.
A: “when in trouble it is best to seek out help” “I couldn’t find what I was looking for at the shop so I sought out the help of the cashier”
Q: Please show me example sentences with seek.
A: They came here to seek shelter from the storm. 彼らは嵐から避難所を探しにここに来た。

Synonyms of "Seek" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between sought to and intended to ?
A: To me, 'sought to' implies that some sort of action has taken place. 'intended to' does not, to me, imply that action to achieve the aim (or do whatever) has taken place. I sought to find my computer's power supply, but I just couldn't find it. I intended to book a trip to Japan, but I never got around to it. Note: I'm sure that in real use the meanings are not as distinct as this explanation. PS: I randomly saw a video by a youtube personality called 'That Japanese Man Yuta'. Not you, is it? (I realise this is unlikely.)
Q: What is the difference between seek and ask and pose and search ?
A: They all mean generally the same thing. Technically Seek; is very active, doesn't just relate to information. You can seek locations too. Ask; only relates to information. Involves one person asking another person. Pose a search; this is not a phrase English speaking people really use. It means something like: suggesting for something to be asked about. This term relates to researchers and academics mostly.
Q: What is the difference between seek and find ?
A: There is more intensity in seek than find. They may not be used interchangeably. I am seeking advice from my lawyer tomorrow. I will find out what are the job requirements.
Q: What is the difference between seek and look for and such as, seek employment and look for job ?
A: "seek employment" is very formal and not as common in conversations "looking for a job" is less formal and very common in conversations
Q: What is the difference between seek and look for ?
A: They are similar and will mean the same thing if you use either word in the same sentence. "Seek" is more commonly used in proper writing. So you may see it used in books or stories. "I seek the answer" "Look for" is more commonly used when speaking and in daily conversation. "I am looking for my car keys." You don't normally hear someone in real life use the word "seek" other than reference to the game "hide and seek".

Translations of "Seek"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? seek out
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? I’ll seek you out
A: I’ll seek you out is ok. It’s fairly neutral. Maybe “I will find you..” is more idiomatic, but it’s slightly threatening. It depends on the context. “I’ll look you up” is good for a social situation.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Sick and seek
A: In order, I said "sick" then "seek".
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? what you seek is seeking you.
A: apki talash kaya hy?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? seeking
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Other questions about "Seek"

Q: He sought to clarify his innocence. is it right???
Q: I seek or I tend to be the best? does this sound natural?
A: I SEEK to be the best значит, что вы стремитесь быть самым лучшим в каком-то категории, классе, на работе, в школе, и т.д. I TEND to be the best значит, что это у вас обычно и получается)))
Q: Please show me how to pronounce sick, seek.
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Q: Please show me how to pronounce seek; sick .
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Q: We must seek for how we are does this sound natural?
A: we must seek for who we are

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