ergo for learners of EnglishPowered by COBUILD (ɜːʳgoʊ)
Ergo is sometimes used instead of 'therefore' to introduce a clause in which you mention something that is the consequence or logical result of what you have just said. [formal, or literary] ⇒ Neither side would have an incentive to start a war. Ergo, peace would reign.
`The killermust have driven the Hon.'s Land Rover back from the tarn, ergo he must have gone out there in it,' said Pascoe.Anthony Masters CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD`Raison d'être" and ` ergo " insinuated themselves into every one of his calls.Telushkin, Josef THE UNORTHODOX MURDER OF RABBI MOSSWe sayweak effects, uncertain effects, no causality, small N, ergo not a fact.Michael Gruber TROPIC OF NIGHT