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[I, Ipr, Tn, Tn.pr] ~ (sth) (with sth) (usu fml 通常作文雅语) come or bring (sth) to an end (使)(某事物)结束: a few concluding remarks 几句结束语 * The meeting concluded at 8 o'clock. 会议於8时结束. * The story concludes with the hero's death. 这故事随主人公死亡而告终. * He concluded by saying that... 他结束讲话时说... * She concluded her talk with a funny story. 她以一个有趣的故事结束谈话.
[Tn.pr, Tf] ~ sth from sth come to believe sth as a result of reasoning (经推理)相信某事物: Those are the facts; what do you conclude from them? 这些都是事实, 你能从中得出什麽结论? * The jury concluded, from the evidence, that she was guilty. 陪审团根据证据作出结论, 认定她有罪.
[Tn, Tn.pr] ~ sth (with sb) arrange and settle (a treaty, etc) formally and finally 达成; 决定; 缔结(条约等): Britain concluded a trade agreement with China. 英国和中国签署了贸易协定. * Once the price had been agreed, a deal was quickly concluded. 价格一经商定, 交易很快就达成了.
[Tf no passive 不用於被动语态, Tt] (esp US) decide, esp after discussion 决定(尤指经讨论或协商): We concluded to go out/that we would go out. 我们决定出去.