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conclusion /kənˈkluːʒən/ noun

عقد ، پایان ، فرجام ، اختتام ، انجام ، نتیجه ، استنتاج ، قانون ـ فقه: انعقاد ، روانشناسی: نتیجه گیری ، علوم نظامی: پایان یک چیز
مهندسی صنایع: نتیجه ، فرجام ، پایان کار

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- decision, conviction, deduction, inference, judgment, opinion, verdict
- end, bitter end, close, completion, ending, finale, finish, result, termination
- outcome, consequence, culmination, end result, result, upshot
English Thesaurus: conclusion, findings, resul

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

conclusion S3 W2 AC /kənˈkluːʒən/ noun
[Word Family: adjective: concluding, conclusiveinconclusive; verb: conclude; noun: conclusion; adverb: conclusivelyinconclusively]
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: French; Origin: Latin conclusio, from concludere; conclude]

1. [countable] something you decide after considering all the information you have ⇒ conclude:
These are the report’s main conclusions.
conclusion (that)
I soon came to the conclusion that she was lying.
It is still too early to reach a conclusion on this point.
There are perhaps two main conclusions to be drawn from the above discussion.
All the evidence pointed to the conclusion that he was guilty.
It’s important not to jump to conclusions.
The police came to the inescapable conclusion that the children had been murdered.

2. [countable] formal the end or final part of something Synonym : end
conclusion of
At the conclusion of the meeting, little progress had been made.

3. in conclusion used in a piece of writing or a speech to show that you are about to finish what you are saying Synonym : finally:
In conclusion, I would like to say how much I have enjoyed myself today.

4. [uncountable] the final arrangement of an agreement, a business deal etc
conclusion of
the conclusion of a peace treaty

5. be a foregone conclusion to be certain to happen, even though it has not yet officially happened:
The outcome of the battle was a foregone conclusion.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. opinion reached after considering the facts
ADJ. correct | logical, reasonable, valid | inescapable, inevitable, obvious | erroneous, false, wrong | main | hasty
VERB + CONCLUSION arrive at, come to, draw, reach I can't draw any conclusions from what she said.
jump to, leap to We don't want to jump to the wrong conclusion. Don't go jumping to conclusions before you know the facts.
lead to, point to It all points to the conclusion that nobody knew what was going on.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. ending of sth
ADJ. satisfactory, successful | foregone The result of the match was a foregone conclusion.
VERB + CONCLUSION bring about, bring sth to The meeting was brought to a hasty conclusion.
come to
PREP. in ~ In conclusion, I would like to thank you all for your hard work.
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[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


come to/arrive at/reach a conclusion (=decide something)
I eventually came to the conclusion that I wanted to study law.
draw a conclusion (=decide something from what you learn or see)
We tried not to draw any conclusions too early in the investigation.
jump to/leap to conclusions (=decide something is true without knowing all the facts, especially when you are wrong)
Everyone jumped to the conclusion that we would get married.
lead to/point to a conclusion (=make you decide that something is true)
All the data led to only one conclusion.
support a conclusion (=suggest that something is true)
The evidence supports the conclusion that his death was an accident.
an obvious conclusion
All her symptoms led to the obvious conclusion – she was pregnant.
the wrong conclusion
Reporters saw the couple together and leapt to the wrong conclusion.
the right/correct conclusion
I am sure that you came to the right conclusion.
the opposite conclusion
A lot of scientific evidence supports the opposite conclusion.
the inescapable/inevitable conclusion (=one that is very obvious, although you may not like it)
The inescapable conclusion was that the country needed a change of leadership.
the logical conclusion (=one that makes sense when you think about it carefully)
The logical conclusion is that short commercials are just as effective as longer ones.
a firm conclusion (=definite decision)
At the end of the day, no firm conclusion had been reached.
a surprising/startling conclusion
After years of research, he reached a startling conclusion.
a hasty conclusion (=one that you reach too quickly, so that you are probably wrong)
Researchers must beware of drawing hasty conclusions.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

BAD: As a conclusion, I'd like to say that everyone should be able to work if they want to.
GOOD: In conclusion, I'd like to say that everyone should be able to work if they want to.
BAD: To come to the conclusion, I would like to say that everyone should read the book.
GOOD: To conclude, I would like to say that everyone should read the book.

Usage Note:
To introduce a concluding statement, use in conclusion, by way of conclusion, or to conclude : 'By way of conclusion, I'd just like to add that the answers to the questions I have raised would still appear to be a long way off.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

See: jump to a conclusion

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

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