- that results; resulting
- (mathematics, physics) a single vector that is the vector sum of two or more other vectors
Translations for 'resultant'
- British English: resultant Resultant means caused by the event just mentioned. ADJECTIVEAt least a quarter of a million people have died in the fighting and the resultant famines.
- Brazilian Portuguese: resultante
- Chinese: 由此导致的由此导導致的
- European Spanish: resultante
- French: qui en résulte
- German: resultierend
- Italian: conseguente
- Japanese: 結果として生じる
- Korean: 그 결과로 생긴
- Portuguese: resultante
- Spanish: resultante
Example Sentences Including 'resultant'
He got up again in time to see Zivkovic sent off and to dispatch the resultant penalty firmly into the net.
Irish Times (2002)
My conversion was swift and zealous and the resultant life-change rich and fulfilling.
THE CALLIGRAPHER (2003)
STAGE AFFAIR puts his unbeaten record on the line at Fairyhouse today - and the resultant scrap should be an Affair to remember.
Sun, News of the World (1999)
She began her campaign by grinding up some ends of chalk and mixing the resultant mess with the ink in the inkwells.
Challenge for the Chalet School
She could not tell whether the resultant cacophony resulted from lack of skill or whether that was what it was intended to sound like.
Miss Melville Regrets
She did not want to be named in case the resultant publicity rebounded on the Nauruans she wanted to help.
New Zealand Herald (2003)
The resultant liquids would then be recycled in the drilling process.
Glasgow Herald (2001)
The resultant loss of employment is not in the larger interests of labour.
Business Today (1996)
The resultant press coverage rather suggested a moneyed Goliath wreaking quite unnecessary havoc on a string of defenceless Davids.
THE LAST PARTY: Britpop, Blair and the demise of English rock (2003)
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