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English translation of 'conclusion'

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conclusion

[kɔ̃klyzjɔ̃ ]
feminine noun
1.  [de réunion] conclusion
2.  [de marché] striking
3.  (déduction) conclusion
4.  [de discours, propos, raisonnement]
en conclusion in conclusion
conclusions plural feminine noun
[de rapport, enquête] findings
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Example Sentences Including 'conclusion'

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Ascenseur social La " conclusion possible et souhaitable " de cette démarche est selon lui l'acquisition de la nationalité française.
Le Nouvel Observateur (2003)
J'ai toujours considéré cette conclusion d'Einstein comme un exemple frappant de la puissance de la pensée symbolique.
Actuel
L'agence russe ajoute que les experts sont parvenus à cette conclusion après analyse des données de cette boîte noire.
Le Nouvel Observateur (2002)
L'avocat soutient mon regard mais je n'en tire aucune conclusion.
Basset-Chercot, Pascal Le baptême du boiteux
La France et le Royaume-Uni, a -t-il lancé en conclusion, " doivent surmonter les difficultés actuelles et rester unis ".
Le Nouvel Observateur (2003)
Le commissaire arrive a la meme conclusion avec une nuance.
Basset-Chercot, Pascal Le baptême du boiteux
Un court désarroi m'amena vite à la conclusion qu'il se doutait de la réponse et..
Toscan du Plantier, Daniel Bouleversifiant

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'conclusion' in Other Languages

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
British English: finding NOUN
Someone's findings are the information they get or the conclusions they come to as the result of an investigation or some research.
One of the main findings of the survey was the confusion about the facilities already in place.
British English: inference NOUN
An inference is a conclusion that you draw about something by using information that you already have about it.
There were two inferences to be drawn from her letter.

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