English noun: conclusion
|1.||conclusion (cognition) a position or opinion or judgment reached after consideration|
|Samples||A decision unfavorable to the opposition.|
His conclusion took the evidence into account.
Satisfied with the panel's determination.
|Broader (hypernym)||judgement, judgment, mind|
|2.||conclusion (cognition) an intuitive assumption|
|Samples||Jump to a conclusion.|
|Broader (hypernym)||assumption, supposal, supposition|
|Narrower (hyponym)||non sequitur|
|3.||conclusion (time) the temporal end; the concluding time|
|Samples||The stopping point of each round was signaled by a bell.|
The market was up at the finish.
They were playing better at the close of the season.
|Synonyms||close, finale, finis, finish, last, stopping point|
|Broader (hypernym)||end, ending|
|4.||conclusion (event) event whose occurrence ends something|
|Samples||His death marked the ending of an era.|
When these final episodes are broadcast it will be the finish of the show.
|Broader (hypernym)||happening, natural event, occurrence, occurrent|
|Narrower (hyponym)||defeat, demolition, destruction, end, final result, final stage, foregone conclusion, halt, last, licking, matter of course, omega, outcome, result, resultant, stop, termination, triumph, victory, wipeout, Z|
|5.||conclusion (communication) the proposition arrived at by logical reasoning (such as the proposition that must follow from the major and minor premises of a syllogism)|
|Part holonym||major term, minor term|
|6.||conclusion (act) the act of ending something|
|Samples||The termination of the agreement.|
|Broader (hypernym)||change of state|
|Narrower (hyponym)||abolishment, abolition, abort, abortion, adjournment, breakup, closedown, closing, closing, closure, completion, culmination, deactivation, defusing, demonetisation, demonetization, destruction, devastation, disappearance, discharge, discontinuance, discontinuation, dismissal, dismission, dissolution, dissolution, drug withdrawal, extinction, extinguishing, fade, firing, kill, killing, liberation, liquidation, mop up, overthrow, putting to death, quenching, release, release, relinquishing, relinquishment, retirement, sack, sacking, settlement, shutdown, tone ending, windup, withdrawal|
|7.||conclusion (communication) a final settlement|
|Samples||The conclusion of a business deal.|
The conclusion of the peace treaty.
|8.||conclusion (communication) the last section of a communication|
|Samples||In conclusion I want to say....|
|Synonyms||close, closing, end, ending|
|Broader (hypernym)||section, subdivision|
|Narrower (hyponym)||anticlimax, bathos, coda, epilog, epilog, epilogue, epilogue, finale, peroration|
|Part meronym||address, narration, recital, speech, yarn|
|9.||conclusion (act) the act of making up your mind about something|
|Samples||The burden of decision was his.|
He drew his conclusions quickly.
|Broader (hypernym)||choice, option, pick, selection|
|Narrower (hyponym)||appointment, assignment, call, casting lots, designation, drawing lots, move, naming, resolution, sortition|