Definition of 'conclusion'
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She saw now the conclusion to which Sam had been leading her. MURDER MOVES IN (2001)Particularly since I am coming to the conclusion that I should have looked in on you long ago, Lirael. LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR (2001)The man had something on his mind and Sergeant Joubert jumped straight to the wrong conclusion. A DAYSTAR OF FEAR (2001)
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Translations for 'conclusion'
British English: conclusion /kənˈkluːʒən/ NOUN
When you come to a conclusion, you decide that something is true after you have thought about it carefully.
I've come to the conclusion that she's a very great musician.
- American English: conclusion
- Arabic: خَاتِـمَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: conclusão
- Chinese: 结论
- Croatian: zaključak
- Czech: závěr úvahy
- Danish: afslutning
- Dutch: conclusie
- European Spanish: conclusión
- Finnish: johtopäätös
- French: conclusion
- German: Schlussfolgerung
- Greek: συμπέρασμα
- Italian: conclusione
- Japanese: 結論
- Korean: 결론
- Norwegian: konklusjon
- Polish: wniosek
- European Portuguese: conclusão
- Romanian: concluzie
- Russian: заключение
- Spanish: conclusión
- Swedish: sammanfattning
- Thai: การสรุป
- Turkish: sonuç
- Ukrainian: висновок
- Vietnamese: kết luận
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