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Noun
The conclusion to which any course or condition of things leads
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“Plant pollination is the result of birds or insects feeding on its nectar.”
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The reaching of a goal through effort
“Getting a perfect score on his exam was the result of his diligence and application.”
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An undesirable or unfavorable outcome
“Fatigue is commonly the result of stress or excessive work.”
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A final score or total
“The Hornets would dominate the match from the start and this was reflected in the final result.”
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The outcome of a legal proceeding
“The judge ruled in favor of the defendant, a result based on the lack of substantiated evidence.”
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(by extension) A positive or favorable outcome
“Winning gold at the Olympics was a great result for the athlete after years of hard work.”
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A quantity or formula derived through calculation
“Will came up with a result to the complex math formula that astounded Stellan.”
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A thing that is complete in itself
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The reason for which something or someone is used or suited for
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A current total, amount or score
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A statement of the results from an examination
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The last part of a piece of music, an entertainment, or a public event, especially when particularly dramatic or exciting
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Money obtained from an event or activity
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An unwelcome experience or action undergone or done as a condition of achieving an objective
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The whole or full effect
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Something discovered that is beneficial, celebrated or lauded
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Verb
To occur or follow as the consequence of something
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“A state of derangement in large swathes of the populace would result from an extreme hatred of the nation's haughty leader.”
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(result in) To have as a consequence
“Consuming too much sugar can result in hyperactivity.”
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To come into being or have its starting point at a certain time or place
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To conclude or turn out
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axUS
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To establish a fact to be true
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