concludeverbuk /kənˈkluːd/ us /kənˈkluːd/
conclude verb (FINISH)
- It's difficult to guess what they will conclude from the evidence.
- The report concluded that there was no evidence of collusive behaviour between the banks.
- Judge Keenan concluded that the surveillance had been lawful.
- The meeting concluded with a prayer.
- The book concludes with a plea for a change in the law.
- all good things (must) come to an end idiom
- and have done with it idiom
- be over the hump idiom
- knock off (sth)
- lay sth to rest idiom
- lay the ghost of sth (to rest) idiom
- leave it at that idiom
- the curtain falls on sth idiom
- to the bitter end idiom
- top sth off
conclude verb (JUDGE)
- be make or break for sb/sth idiom
- be on the horns of a dilemma idiom
- come down on one side of the fence or the other idiom
- come to sth
- hammer sth out
- it's a date idiom
- judgment call
- make or break sth idiom
- make up your mind idiom
- nail sth down
- name the day idiom
- spin a coin idiom