-I will find out
The word averiguaré is the future form of averiguar in the first person singular.
See the full averiguar conjugation


Yo iré a la cocina y averiguaré qué está pasando.
I'll go to the kitchen and find out what's going on.
Está bien, me quedaré y averiguaré qué está pasando realmente.
Alright, I'll stay and find out what's really going on.
Bueno, supongo que averiguaré tu nombre en la boda.
Well, I guess I'll find out your name at the wedding.
Pero si quieres, averiguaré más acerca de este pariente tuyo.
But if you want, I'll find out more about this relative of yours.
Pero, dame el tiempo suficiente y lo averiguaré.
But, give me enough time and I'll figure it out.
Bien, si no me lo dices lo averiguaré yo misma.
Fine, if you don't tell me. I'll find it myself.
De un modo u otro, averiguaré qué sucede.
One way or another, I'll find out what's going on.
Yo averiguaré qué le pasó a tu hermano.
I'll find out what really happened to your brother.
Llamaré a su asistente y averiguaré dónde consiguieron el escritorio.
I'll just call his assistant and find out where they got the desk.
Pero lo que sea que suceda en Harlem... lo averiguaré.
But whatever's going on in Harlem... I'm gonna find out.
Resumiendo: averiguaré exactamente lo que le pasó a Andy.
Long story short I'll find out exactly what happened to Andy.
Regrese a su apartamento, yo averiguaré qué pasa.
Go back in your apartment, I'll find out what's going on.
Si no me lo dices, yo mismo lo averiguaré.
If you don't tell me, I'll find out for myself.
Siéntate y averiguaré qué está pasando con tu amigo.
Take a seat and I'll find out what is happening with your friend.
Déjenme en una sala con él y lo averiguaré.
You put me in a room with him, and I'll find out.
Llamaré a mi oficina, averiguaré qué sucede.
I'll call my office, find out what's going on.
Sí. Regrese a su apartamento, yo averiguaré qué pasa.
Go back in your apartment, I'll find out what's going on.
Dime lo que significa, Thelma, o lo averiguaré yo.
You tell me what it means, Thelma, or I'll find out myself.
Iré y lo averiguaré, pero me debes una.
I'll go and find out, but you owe me.
Tienes un pasado y lo averiguaré.
You have a past and I will find it out.
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