To Look For
To Search For
transitive verb, godan verb
Because the hiragana ends with an う sound, you know this word is a verb. The kanji itself means look for and the verb version of the kanji is to look for.
You are looking for a sagger (さが) amongst the products you're shipping off overseas. The saggers are the boxes that have weird lumps sagging out of them, which means they broke and are getting things wet. So, find the saggers. Go to search for them, because they could ruin the whole shipment.
A three legged dog walked into a bar and said, "I’m searching for the man who shot my paw. He looks like half fugu and half tofu."