Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Conclusion"

The meaning of "Conclusion" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does The conclusion that leaps from the figures and into sensational headlines is that social dislocation, religious decline and fear of crime has made us less trusting.(leaps from the figures and into sensational headlines) mean?
A: “Leaps from figures and into sensational headlines” means that the result found in the data that they did (which involves “figures” which is another word for “numbers”) was such a big discovery, that when they said the results on television, it influenced a lot more.
Q: What does preliminary conclusion mean?
A: A conclusion that has not been fully tested.
Q: What does "foregone conclusion" in the bluehighlighted part mean?
A: Foregone conclusion means that while it hasn't already happened, it is considered to be all but inevitable.

So, saying that it will rain in the spring is a foregone conclusion.
Q: What does To tell the conclusion first mean?
A: to start with the ending first
Q: What does have come to ... e.g. we have come to conclusion that the payment should be made within 16 days. mean?
A: For business it typically means that there has to be a payment in 16 days or something will happen (an order canceled, an account shut down, etc.)

Example sentences using "Conclusion"

Q: Please show me example sentences with In conclusion the world is too fantastic as to be at home and look through a screen, si take the risk and go discover all those amazing places that are waiting for you.
A: as to be at home -> to stay at home
through -> at
si -> so
the risk -> a chance (the risk OK, a chance más natural)
Q: Please show me example sentences with conclusion.
A: "I've come to the conclusion that he didn't like me back."
"I wasn't satisfied with the conclusion of the story."
Q: Please show me example sentences with in conclusion..
A: @Treunehmer

In conclusion is used to sum up a point you are making, similar to "Am Ende" or "Abschließend".

In conclusion, nobody is perfect.

In conclusion, the boy went home.

In conclusion, it is important that we take this into consideration.

Synonyms of "Conclusion" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between This is the only rational conclusion. and This is the only logical conclusion. ?
A: They theoretically mean the same thing.

But functionally, something that is rational seems like it would or must be true.
Something that is logical is something that must be true based on the evidence or premises regardless of how likely it is.

It would be Rational to believe that your floor is wet because of a leaky pipe

It would be Logical to believe that your floor is wet because people snuck into your house to have a water ballon fight before leaving, if there were pieces of popped balloons on the floor and a broken window.
Q: What is the difference between conclusion and consequence ?
A: conclusion is when you have made up your mind or are summing something up. Consequence is the punishment or negative effect of a situation or event. "I have came to the conclusion that Saturday is best for the meeting" "In conclusion, bears do not breathe fire" and for consequence "There are many consequences for smoking" "If you dont get your homework done there will be serious consequences"
Q: What is the difference between To run at conclusions and To run in conclusions ?
A: The desperate gamblers run at conclusions. <> has no meaning to me.
Q: What is the difference between conclusion and inference ?
A: An inference is your guess of what is going to happen before it happens and a conclusion is what actually happens.

An inference example would be, "My inference is that today it will be cold." In this sentence, i don't know if it will be cold today so I am making an inference.

A conclusion example would be, "my conclusion is that it was cold today", I am saying this after the day is over and I know it is true
Q: What is the difference between In conclusion, and To sum up and All things considered, ?
A: "In conclusion" = This is very similar to 'to sum up', but usually is followed by another point in support of the case you are trying to make. Example: " 'In conclusion', the matters covered here today will not go without notice by the public."
"To sum (everything) up" = This would be best used if you had given a longer speech, as a way to clarify what the overall theme or subject was. Example: " 'To sum everything up', I believe that we should move forward with construction of the new site."
"All things considered" = This would be best used to help illustrate a decision that is being made between several things. Example: "I have been offered a position at a different company for a higher salary. But, I might be up for a promotion at my current job. 'All things considered', I will stay with my current employment."

Translations of "Conclusion"

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Other questions about "Conclusion"

Q: In conclusion, one’s career commitment, the competition from the world and young people’s attitudes towards family life can attribute to this phenomenon, and I argue that disadvantages of delying having babies do outweigh its advantages.
does this sound natural?
A: In conclusion, one's career commitment, worldwide career competition and young people's attitudes towards family life can be attributed to this phenomenon. However, I argue that the disadvantages of delaying having children outweigh the advantages.
Q: In conclusion, a diversified society enables us to lead a happier life, because we can appreciation the charming parts of different cultures. However, the potential and ongoing conflicts between different ethnic groups arise from cultural differences should not be neglected, because this can lead to disastrous consequences. does this sound natural?
A: In conclusion, a diversified society enables us to lead a happier lifw, because we can appreciate the charming parts of different cultutes. However, the potential and ongoing conflicts between different ethnic groups which arise from cultural differences should not be neglected, because this can lead to disastrous consequences.
Q: In conclusion, despite the fact that vegetables play an important role in our daily diets and enable us to stay healthy, the unique nutritional value of meat cannot be neglected and a diversified diet is still needed due to different individual needs. does this sound natural?
A: sounds like I wrote it myself. no changes required
Q: In conclusion, although higher income can attract workers in a short term, it will be overshadowed by a good workplace environment. In the long run, people can remain productive and motivated when working in comfortable environments, and they may eventually get well-paid. does this sound natural?
A: I understand everything, and it makes sense. A few changes to make it more natural:
"in the short term"
"may eventually be well-paid"
Q: I think I know what you're getting at. But your conclusion you found out by spending one night is certainly incorrect. does this sound natural?
A: You can change the second sentence to..

"But the conclusion you came to after spending one night is certainly incorrect.

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