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conclude

verb uk   /kənˈkluːd/ us  

conclude verb (FINISH)

C1 [I or T] to end a speech, meeting, or piece of writing: She concluded the speech by reminding us of our responsibility. Before I conclude, I'd like to thank you all for coming. The concert concluded with a rousing chorus. [T] to complete an official agreement or task, or arrange a business deal
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conclude verb (JUDGE)

C1 [T] to judge or decide something after thinking carefully about it: [+ that] The jury concluded from the evidence that the defendant was innocent. The discussions continued late into the night, but nothing was concluded.
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