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

The meaning of "Findings" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does the findings mean?
A: The findings are consistent with each other.

The findings = what was found. The research results, for example.
Q: What does The findings were widely disseminated. mean?
A: disseminated =spread, given, circulated to many people
Q: What does He came to him with his "findings" mean?
A: It’s another word for ‘discovery’.
Q: What does findings well into his presidency mean?
A: It means finding new information after he has already been president for a while.
Q: What does While these findings are highly suggestive, some critics argue that the animals might be relying on other factors to complete the tasks. mean?
A: The findings being highly suggestive means that the information gathered seems to indicate something specific. The critics are offering a potentially different interpretation of the information gathered.

If you had a lock with a key inserted in it and a bird landed next to it, then proceeded to turn the key with its beak, you might say your observations were highly suggestive of birds comprehending how a lock works.

Synonyms of "Findings" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between discuss findings and discuss on findings and discuss about findings ?
A: The most common would be to use it without a preposition. For example, “Let us discuss the findings.” Or “We need to discuss our findings.”

“Discuss on findings” is incorrect and “discuss about findings” also does not sound natural.
Q: What is the difference between findings and results ?
A: Results is a broader term: it can apply to outcomes of research, grades on assignments or exams, consequences of actions, and probably more.
Findings tends to just refer to the results of a research or survey
Q: What is the difference between key findings and key messages ?
A: A key find is a discovery made by one who is not the the writer of a piece of writing but deems it as important to the piece.

A key message is the important overall meaning in a message. This is usually determined by the writer.

Translations of "Findings"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? The enormous findings like the discovery of penicillin are not from the intentional study to find it but by chance. This expression is correct?
A: The enormous findings, such as the discovery of penicillin, were not founded by intentional studies, but by chance.

Not bad, just remember punctuation - a comma (,) is needed to separate breaks in your sentences or it won't make sense. Also, the discovery of penicillin happened in the past, so keep the sentence in past tense by using "were" instead of "are"
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? the findings from this research showed several possibilities in which regular physical exercise can see the significant effects on the onset of the future health problems by improving functional aspects. is this sentence ok?
A: The findings from this research showed several possibilities whereby regular physical exercise can see significant effects on the onset of future health problems by improving functional aspects.

Other questions about "Findings"

Q: "Along with new findings, raises new scientific queries. This *statement* is in common between this field and many other fields of science."
what can I replace "statement" with? phrase?
is "in common" natural here? should I use the verb "apply"?
A: “Along with new findings, ____ raises new scientific inquiries.” This statement/phrase is found throughout this field and many other scientific fields.”

“Along with new findings, ____ raises new scientific inquiries.” This statement/phrase is common in this field and many other scientific fields.”

“to have much in common with”

I have much in common with Jenna. We both like movies; we play sports; we are outgoing, etc.
Q: The findings presented in this research were obtained from studies that were supported by the Ministry of Education. does this sound natural?
A: I think it's better if you use "results" instead of "findings" , although both mean the same.
Q: What does "endorsed the findings" mean?

The leaders of the Senate Intelligence Committee on Wednesday largely endorsed the findings of the intelligence community that Russia sought to sway the 2016 U.S. elections through a hacking and influence campaign, and they called for a “more aggressive, whole-of-government approach” to ensure future elections are not similarly compromised.
A: to endorse means to support and show public approval of something.
So to "endorse the findings" means that one likes and supports with what has been found out.
Q: We have to inform you of unfavorable findings. does this sound natural?
A: It sounds very Japanese. It is grammatically correct but an American would be more likely to say "We've found some problems with the tests".
Q: Finally,they would analyze all the findings and discuss each of the 27 brain function with the customer does this sound natural?
A: They'll finally analyze all the findings and discuss each of the 27 brain function[s] with the customer

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