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English definition of “conclude”

conclude

verb  /kənˈklud/ us  

conclude verb (END)

[I/T] to cause something to end, or to end: [T] She concluded her remarks by thanking her supporters. [I] I’d like to conclude with a song by Tim Buckley. [I/T] If you conclude a business deal or official agreement, you agree on it: [T] Everyone was intent on concluding the agreement.

conclude verb (JUDGE)

[T] to judge after some consideration: [+ that clause] We concluded that we could not afford to buy a new car. The judges concluded the same thing I did.
(Definition of conclude from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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