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result

noun
 
 
/rɪˈzʌlt/
HAPPEN [C, U] B1 something that happens or exists because something else has happened: Unemployment has risen as a direct result of new economic policies. Most accidents are the result of human error.Outcomes and consequencesMarks and results
COMPETITION [C] B1 the score or number of votes at the end of a competition or election: The election results will be known by Sunday. What was the result of this afternoon's match?Marks and results
INFORMATION [C] B1 information that you get from something such as an exam, a scientific experiment, or a medical test: She's waiting for the results of a blood test. the results of a surveyMarks and resultsSolving and solutions
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