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 Translation for 'conclusion' from English to Russian
NOUN   a conclusion | conclusions
SYNO close | closing | conclusion | ...
заключение {с}conclusion
14
вывод {м} [умозаключение]conclusion [deduction]
2
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Usage Examples English
  • Crane (1889) refers in his preface to Juynboll's "conclusion that it has been redacted into its present form about A. D. 1300, out of earlier documents", a conclusion also shared by Crane.
  • However, an argument is valid if the conclusion follows from the premises.
  • The book's conclusion calls on voters to demand immediate action. The conclusion is followed by over 50 pages of extensive endnotes and an index.
  • It typically consists of statements that provide premises to support a conclusion.
  • Thus, one could come to the conclusion that the four animals lion, horse, elephant and bull symbolize Lord Buddha who is associated with the Four Noble Truths.

  • ... , "syllogismos", 'conclusion, inference') is a kind of logical argument that applies deductive reasoning to arrive at a conclusion based on two propositions that are asserted or assumed to be true.
  • Premise 1 (the major premise) is a generalization, and the argument attempts to draw a conclusion from that generalization.
  • Conclusion markers are mainly conjunctions. yāxī ياخي is used to mark a fact as a conclusion in the affirmative form.
  • The same conclusion, that one should commiserate with the sufferings of others, was also the conclusion of the Neo-Latin retelling by Pantaleon Candidus at the start of the 17th century.
  • The following summarises all player changes between the conclusion of the 2013 season and the conclusion of the 2014 season.

  • While syllogisms lay out all of their premises and conclusion explicitly, these kinds of enthymemes keep at least one of the premises or the conclusion unstated.
  • The following summarises all player changes between the conclusion of the 2010 season and the conclusion of the 2011 season.
  • Negative conclusion from affirmative premises is a syllogistic fallacy committed when a categorical syllogism has a negative conclusion yet both premises are affirmative.
  • Both premises and the conclusion are propositions. The premises are taken for granted, and with the application of modus ponens (an inference rule), the conclusion follows.
  • A key conclusion is that extinction leaves a permanent trace; it does not simply reverse conditioning.

  • Intermediate conclusions or sub-conclusions, where a claim is supported by another claim that is used in turn to support some further claim, i.e.
  • To arrive at this conclusion, consider the set of all finite strings over [...]. Clearly [...] cannot produce an infinite string, so it turns out this set is "F-closed" and the conclusion follows.
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