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The upshot of the matter was that the civil war ignited other uprisings. Aldiss, Brian Somewhere East of Life (1994)Either way, the practical upshot of proceeding in this way was a considerable variety of gravity wave detectors. Yearley, Steven Science, Technology, and Social Change (1988)It's easy to use and the practical upshot is that one person can listen to anything at their own volume. Times, Sunday Times (2009)So the upshot is simple. Times, Sunday Times (2014)This is one upshot of the Government 's austerity measures. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The upshot of the matter is that we still don't have an accepted, coherent theory of capital structure. Charles A. D'Ambrosio & Stewart D. Hodges & Richard Brealey & Stewart Myers Principles of Corporate Finance (1991)The upshot is that today the manufacturing sector accounts for barely more than a tenth of Britain's gross domestic product. Times, Sunday Times (2014)

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Translations for 'upshot'

British English: upshot NOUN
The upshot of a series of events or discussions is the final result of them, usually a surprising result.
The upshot is that we have lots of good but not very happy employees.

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