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Meaning of “conclude” - Learner’s Dictionary

conclude

verb     /kənˈkluːd/
END [I, T] formal
to end something such as a meeting, speech, or piece of writing by doing or saying one last thing: The concert concluded with a firework display. I would like to conclude by thanking you all for attending.Coming to an endCausing something to end
DECIDE [T]
to decide something after studying all the information about it very carefully: [+ that] The report concluded that the drug was safe.Concluding and deducing
COMPLETE [T]
to complete something, especially an agreement or a business arrangement: Talks aimed at concluding the peace treaty will begin tomorrow.Coming to an endCausing something to end
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