decision, determination, conclusion(noun)
a position or opinion or judgment reached after consideration
"a decision unfavorable to the opposition"; "his conclusion took the evidence into account"; "satisfied with the panel's determination"
an intuitive assumption
"jump to a conclusion"
stopping point, finale, finis, finish, last, conclusion, close(noun)
the temporal end; the concluding time
"the stopping point of each round was signaled by a bell"; "the market was up at the finish"; "they were playing better at the close of the season"
cobbler's last, termination, shoemaker's last, refinement, coating, closing, last, polish, coda, finish, culture, ending, end, cultivation, ratiocination, close, finishing, finis, finale, stopping point, closing curtain, goal, final stage, death, destination, decision, determination
ending, conclusion, finish(noun)
event whose occurrence ends something
"his death marked the ending of an era"; "when these final episodes are broadcast it will be the finish of the show"
goal, termination, refinement, coating, end, decision, finish, culture, ending, cultivation, ratiocination, close, polish, finis, finishing, stopping point, last, closing, destination, finale, determination
the proposition arrived at by logical reasoning (such as the proposition that must follow from the major and minor premises of a syllogism)
termination, ending, conclusion(noun)
the act of ending something
"the termination of the agreement"
termination, determination, end, expiry, endpoint, decision, finish, ending, final result, result, ratiocination, end point, close, finis, finale, stopping point, outcome, expiration, last, closing, terminus, resultant
a final settlement
"the conclusion of a business deal"; "the conclusion of the peace treaty"
conclusion, end, close, closing, ending(noun)
the last section of a communication
"in conclusion I want to say..."
shutting, goal, termination, determination, end, closing curtain, decision, finish, ending, culmination, terminal, death, mop up, ratiocination, close, finis, finale, stopping point, remainder, completion, remnant, closing, destruction, shutdown, final stage, oddment, closedown, closure, windup, last
decision, determination, conclusion(noun)
the act of making up your mind about something
"the burden of decision was his"; "he drew his conclusions quickly"
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Demonstration, in the strict and proper sense, is the highest form of proof, and gives the most absolute certainty, but can not be applied outside of pure mathematics or other strictly deductive reasoning; there can be proof and certainty, however, in matters that do not admit of demonstration. A conclusion is the absolute and necessary result of the admission of certain premises; an inference is a probable conclusion toward which known facts, statements, or admissions point, but which they do not absolutely establish; sound premises, together with their necessary conclusion, constitute a demonstration. Evidence is that which tends to show a thing to be true; in the widest sense, as including self-evidence or consciousness, it is the basis of all knowledge. Proof in the strict sense is complete, irresistible evidence; as, there was much evidence against the accused, but not amounting to proof of guilt. Moral certainty is a conviction resting on such evidence as puts a matter beyond reasonable doubt, while not so irresistible as demonstration. Compare HYPOTHESIS; INDUCTION.
the judge has reached his conclusion.Submitted by JP03 on January 19, 2015
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How to use conclusion in a sentence?
From the very beginning, I never wavered in my innocence and my belief that justice would prevail, i am grateful that the Department of Justice has taken the time to re-evaluate its case and come to the appropriate conclusion.
Only the most extravagant speculation would lead to the conclusion that the supposedly prejudicial evidence rendered the Carr brothers' joint sentencing proceeding fundamentally unfair.
I'm real confident on where we stand. I hope whoever comes in steps back and takes an objective look ... and comes to a different conclusion.
Le leadership est un appel à servir la population ou des groupes de personnes et pas du tout un appel à la population ou des groupes de personnes pour vous servir. Deuxièmement, le leadership est un appel à enrichir la vie de la population ou des groupes de personnes via vos politiques, programmes et projets. Il ne est jamais un appel pour enrichir votre propre auto. En conclusion, le leadership est un privilège d'avoir un impact positif sur la vie de la population ou des groupes de personnes. Ce est ainsi l'occasion de quitter repères pour la postérité, qui aussi vous survivront et de parler pour vous, des années après votre décès. Maintenant, ce est juste une réflexion pour dirigeants actuels et leaders potentiels.
I don't think we're finishing the story, it's those skills that you are getting, the story seen all the way to conclusion is that you will succeed in things other than sport because of sport.
Translations for conclusion
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- һығымта, һөҙөмтә, нәтижә, йомғаҡBashkir
- резултат, приключване, заключение, извод, завършване, крайBulgarian
- conclusióCatalan, Valencian
- Ende, Schluss, Ergebnis, Folgerung, Schlussfolgerung, Abschluss, Vernunftsschluss, FazitGerman
- ratkaisu, tulos, päätelmä, johtopäätösFinnish
- conclusion, finFrench
- buil, eàrrScottish Gaelic
- 結論, 結末, 終了, 結び, 結果, 終結, 終わりJapanese
- konlusi, kesimpulanMalay
- conclusie, besluit, eindeDutch
- konklusjonNorwegian Nynorsk
- ałtso bééʼdeetánígííNavajo, Navaho
- wynik, rezultat, wniosekPolish
- заключение, выводRussian
- نتیجہ اخذ کرنا۔Urdu
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