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conclusion

noun
 
 
/kənˈkluːʒən/
OPINION [C] B1 the opinion you have after considering all the information about something
sonuç, nihai son
I've come to the conclusion that we'll have to sell the car.Concluding and deducing
END [C] the final part of something
son, nihai son
the dramatic conclusion of the film The case should finally be brought to a conclusion (= end) this week.Ends and endings
in conclusion B2 used to introduce the last part of a speech or piece of writing
sonuç olarak, sonuç itibariyle, son olarak
In conclusion, I would like to thank our guest speaker.Final and finally
ARRANGEMENT [U] when something is arranged or agreed formally
resmî sonuç, karar, antlaşma, düzenleme
the conclusion of peace talksAccepting and agreeingAccepting and agreeing reluctantlyApproving and approval
→  See also foregone conclusion , jump to conclusions
Translations of “conclusion”
in Korean 결론…
in Arabic استِنتاج…
in Portuguese conclusão…
in Catalan conclusió…
in Japanese 結論…
in Italian conclusione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 結局, 結尾, 結果…
in Russian заключение, вывод, завершение…
in Chinese (Simplified) 结局, 结尾, 结果…
in Polish wniosek, zakończenie…
(Definition of conclusion from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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