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Hubble reached the conclusion that the universe was expanding.
The situation becomes more complicated if his argument is taken to its logical conclusion.
Rachel was coming to the conclusion that Lenny was only interested in himself.
Her conclusion was that the situation would never improve.
The team has enjoyed a highly successful conclusion to the season.
The sooner the war is brought to a satisfactory conclusion the better.
The successful conclusion of the deal was announced at a press conference.
In conclusion, I would like to thank everyone who helped to make this event possible.
He saw the two of them together and jumped to the wrong conclusion.
This is the American English definition of conclusion. View British English definition of conclusion.
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