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Translation of "conclude" - English-Turkish 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 bit(ir)mek, son er(dir)mek, sonuçlandırmak 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 sonlandırmak, son şeklini vermek, sona erdirmek [+ that] The report concluded that the drug was safe.Concluding and deducing
COMPLETE [T]
to complete something, especially an agreement or a business arrangement (iş anlaşması, düzenleme vb.) tamamlamak, bitirmek, sonuçlandırmak talks aimed at concluding the peace treatyComing to an endCausing something to end
(Definition of conclude from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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