bring+to+conclusion

  • 1 bring to conclusion — index complete, dissolve (terminate) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2 bring — W1S1 [brıŋ] v past tense and past participle brought [bro:t US bro:t] [T] [: Old English; Origin: bringan] 1.) a) to take something or someone with you to the place where you are now, or to the place you are talking about →↑take ▪ Did you bring… …

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  • 3 bring to a conclusion — index dispatch (dispose of), perfect Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 4 bring home to — 1. To prove to, in such a way that there is no way of escaping the conclusion 2. To impress upon • • • Main Entry: ↑home …

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  • 5 conclusion — n. 1) to arrive at, come to, draw, reach a conclusion; to jump to a conclusion 2) to bring to a conclusion 3) a correct; erroneous, invalid, wrong; foregone; hasty; inescapable, inevitable; reasonable, tenable, valid conclusion 4) a conclusion… …

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  • 6 conclusion — noun 1 opinion reached after considering the facts ADJECTIVE ▪ correct ▪ logical, reasonable, valid ▪ inescapable, inevitable, obvious …

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  • 7 conclusion — con|clu|sion [ kən kluʒn ] noun *** 1. ) count something you decide is true after thinking about it carefully and looking at all the evidence: reach/draw a conclusion: Hubble reached the conclusion that the universe was expanding. logical… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 8 conclusion */*/*/ — UK [kənˈkluːʒ(ə)n] / US [kənˈkluʒ(ə)n] noun Word forms conclusion : singular conclusion plural conclusions 1) [countable] something that you decide is true after thinking about it carefully and looking at all the evidence conclusion that: Her… …

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  • 9 bring — /brɪŋ / (say bring) verb (t) (brought, bringing) 1. to cause to come with oneself; take along to the place or person sought; conduct or convey. 2. to cause to come, as to a recipient or possessor, to the mind or knowledge, into a particular… …

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  • 10 bring — verb /brIN/ past tense and past participle brought /brO:t/ (T) 1 to take someone or something to the place you are now, to the place you are going to, or to the place that you have been talking about: Did you bring anything to drink? | Sheila was …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 11 bring off — verb be successful; achieve a goal She succeeded in persuading us all I managed to carry the box upstairs She pulled it off, even though we never thought her capable of it The pianist negociated the difficult runs • Syn: ↑pull off, ↑negociate, ↑ …

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  • 12 bring about — verb a) To cause to take place. The collapse of the gold standard brought about much of the economic turmoil of that era. b) To accomplish, achieve. I hope to bring about a successful conclusion. Syn …

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  • 13 bring about — phr verb Bring about is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑stress Bring about is used with these nouns as the object: ↑change, ↑collapse, ↑conclusion, ↑cure, ↑demise, ↑destruction, ↑downfall, ↑effect, ↑fall, ↑ …

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  • 14 bring off — I (Roget s IV) v. Syn. accomplish, realize, execute; see achieve 1 , 2 , succeed 1 . II (Roget s Thesaurus II) verb To bring about and carry to a successful conclusion: carry out, carry through, effect, effectuate, execute, put through. Informal …

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  • 15 bring off — transitive verb Date: 1606 1. to cause to escape ; rescue 2. to carry to a successful conclusion ; achieve, accomplish …

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  • 16 bring to a successful conclusion — cause positive results, make end successfully …

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  • 17 To bring to terms — Term Term, n. [F. terme, L. termen, inis, terminus, a boundary limit, end; akin to Gr. ?, ?. See {Thrum} a tuft, and cf. {Terminus}, {Determine}, {Exterminate}.] 1. That which limits the extent of anything; limit; extremity; bound; boundary.… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 18 complete — I (all embracing) adjective absolute all, all comprehending, all comprehensive, all covering, all inclusive, all pervading, all sufficing, blanket, broad based, capacious, comprehensive, consummate, developed, encyclopedic, entire, exhaustive,… …

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  • 19 achieve — v. a. 1. Accomplish, perform, execute, do, complete, finish, compass, consummate, effect, realize, bring about, bring to pass, carry through, carry out, work out, bring to a close, bring to conclusion, bring to consummation or perfection,… …

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  • 20 dissolve — dis·solve vt dis·solved, dis·solv·ing: to bring about the dissolution of dis·solv·able adj Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. dissolve …

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