conclude

  • 21conclude — verb Conclude is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑article, ↑author, ↑committee, ↑court, ↑enquiry, ↑investigation, ↑judge, ↑letter, ↑meeting, ↑panel, ↑paper, ↑ …

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  • 22conclude*/*/ — [kənˈkluːd] verb 1) [T] to decide that something is true after looking at all the evidence The report concluded that a recession was unlikely.[/ex] 2) [I/T] formal to end, or to end something The article concludes with the names and addresses of… …

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  • 23conclude — verb 1) the meeting concluded at ten Syn: finish, end, draw to a close, be over, stop, cease Ant: commence, start, begin 2) she concluded the press conference Syn …

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  • 24conclude — verb 1) the meeting concluded at ten Syn: finish, end, draw to a close, stop, cease 2) he concluded the press conference Syn: bring to an end, close, wind up, terminate; informal wrap up 3) …

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  • 25conclude — v. 1 tr. & intr. bring or come to an end. 2 tr. (often foll. by from, or that + clause) infer (from given premisses) (what did you conclude?; concluded from the evidence that he had been mistaken). 3 tr. settle, arrange (a treaty etc.). 4 intr.… …

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  • 26conclude — verb /kən.ˈkluːd/ a) To end, to come to an end. b) To come to a conclusion, to a final decision …

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  • 27conclude — (kon klu d ) s. f. Terme de fauconnerie. Mélange de sucre, de cannelle, de moelle, donné aux oiseaux pour les animer à la chasse …

    Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • 28conclude — Synonyms and related words: abort, accommodate, adjust, arrange, assume, be afraid, believe, button up, cap, carry to completion, cease, clean up, climax, close, close out, close up, close with, collect, complete, completed, compose, conceive,… …

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  • 29conclude — v. (L) we concluded that he would not come * * * [kən kluːd] (L) we concluded that he would not come …

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  • 30conclude — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. end, close, finish, wind up, terminate; infer, deduce; arrange, settle; resolve, judge, determine. See resolution, judgment. II (Roget s IV) v. 1. [To end] Syn. terminate, close, finish up, come to an …

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  • 31conclude — con·clude || kÉ™n kluːd v. finish; deduce, infer; make a decision …

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  • 32conclude — verb 1》 bring or come to an end.     ↘formally settle or arrange (an agreement). 2》 arrive at a judgement or opinion by reasoning. Origin ME (in the sense convince ): from L. conclus , concludere, from con completely + claudere to shut …

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  • 33conclude — I. v. a. 1. End, finish, terminate, close, bring to an end. 2. Gather (as a consequence), infer, judge, deduce. 3. Determine, judge, decide. 4. Settle, arrange, complete, bring to a successful issue. 5. (Law.) Stop, estop, bar, hinder, restrain,… …

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  • 34conclude — v 1. close, terminate, bring to an end, wind up, Inf. wrap up; clinch, clench, seal; perfect, consummate, culminate, round off; finish, complete, do; make short work of, dispose of, finish off or up, Sl. polish off, Sl. knock off, dispatch; carry …

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  • 35conclude — con·clude …

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  • 36conclude —   Ho opau, pau, ho ōki; ho oholo (decide) …

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  • 37conclude — To finish; determine; to estop; to prevent …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 38conclude — To finish; determine; to estop; to prevent …

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  • 39conclude — To form a final judgment after consideration, consultation or advice. Dunbar v Fant, 170 SC 414, 170 SE 460, 90 ALR 1412. To come to an end, whether of a story or an argument …

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  • 40conclude from evidence — index construe (comprehend), infer Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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