- n.结束( conclusion的名词复数 ); 结论; 推论; 签订;
He based his conclusions on the evidence given by the captured prisoners.
The scientists involved put different weight on the conclusions of different models.
Several conclusions could be drawn from the results described above.
He says he cannot yet draw any conclusions about the murders.
The commission's conclusions sweep away a decade of denials and cover-ups.
They came to conclusions diametrically opposed to ours.
Forgive me. I shouldn't be jumping to conclusions.
Analysts warn us away from drawing any conclusions.
It'sdangerous to jump to early conclusions.
He draws two conclusions from this.
The conclusions that they come to are highly questionable.
The following is a summary of our conclusions.
Some people are prone to jump to hasty conclusions.
We should not jump to conclusions. Let's investigate first.
We are not hasty in drawing conclusions.
But even before its release, the report drew criticism from some experts on climate and risk, who questioned its methods and conclusions.
Its conclusions are based on carefully collected data
Certain conclusions are nonetheless clear.