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  • 1come to a conclusion — index ascertain, decide, deduce, deduct (conclude by reasoning), determine, find (determine), hold (dec …

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  • 2come to a conclusion — conclude, decide, determine …

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  • 3conclusion — UK US /kənˈkluːʒən/ noun ► [C] a decision or judgment that is made after careful thought: »The findings and conclusions of the report are simply guidelines, not rulings. reach/come to/draw a conclusion »Information is gathered into a profile and… …

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  • 4conclusion — con|clu|sion W2S2 [kənˈklu:ʒən] n [Date: 1300 1400; : French; Origin: Latin conclusio, from concludere; CONCLUDE] 1.) something you decide after considering all the information you have →↑conclude ▪ These are the report s main conclusions.… …

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  • 5conclusion — [[t]kənklu͟ːʒ(ə)n[/t]] ♦♦♦ conclusions 1) N COUNT: oft N that When you come to a conclusion you decide that something is true after you have thought about it carefully and have considered all the relevant facts. Over the years I ve come to the… …

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  • 6come — 1 /kVm/ verb past tense came past participle come MOVE 1 (I) a word meaning to move towards someone, or to visit or arrive at a place, used when the person speaking or the person listening is in that place: Come a little closer. | Sarah s coming… …

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  • 7conclusion — 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… …

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  • 8conclusion */*/*/ — 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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  • 9conclusion — noun /kənˈkluːʒən/ a) The end, finish, close or last part of something. The board has come to the conclusion that the proposed takeover would not be in the interest of our shareholders. b) The outcome or result of a process or …

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  • 10come to — verb 1. cause to experience suddenly (Freq. 10) Panic struck me An interesting idea hit her A thought came to me The thought struck terror in our minds They were struck with fear • Syn: ↑hit, ↑ …

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  • 11Come Darkness, Come Light: Twelve Songs of Christmas — Studio album by Mary Chapin Carpenter Released …

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  • 12Come and See — American film poster Directed by Elem Klimov Written by …

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  • 13Come and Go — Written by Samuel Beckett Characters Flo, Vi, Ru Date premiered …

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  • 14come to a hasty conclusion — index presume Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 15conclusion — noun 1 opinion reached after considering the facts ADJECTIVE ▪ correct ▪ logical, reasonable, valid ▪ inescapable, inevitable, obvious …

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  • 16conclusion — 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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  • 17come — come1 W1S1 [kʌm] v past tense came [keım] past participle come ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(move towards somebody/something)¦ 2¦(go with somebody)¦ 3¦(travel to a place)¦ 4¦(post)¦ 5¦(happen)¦ 6¦(reach a level/place)¦ 7¦(be produce …

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  • 18come — come1 [ kʌm ] (past tense came [ keım ] ; past participle come) verb *** ▸ 1 move/travel (to here) ▸ 2 reach particular state ▸ 3 start doing something ▸ 4 reach particular point ▸ 5 be received ▸ 6 happen ▸ 7 exist or be produced ▸ 8 be… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 19come — I UK [kʌm] / US verb Word forms come : present tense I/you/we/they come he/she/it comes present participle coming past tense came UK [keɪm] / US past participle come *** 1) [intransitive] to move or travel to the place where you are come… …

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  • 20come — I. verb (came; come; coming) Etymology: Middle English, from Old English cuman; akin to Old High German queman to come, Latin venire, Greek bainein to walk, go Date: before 12th century intransitive verb 1. a. to move toward something ; …

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