conclude
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conclude(
kuhn
-
klud
)
A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (to finish)
a. concluir
He concluded his speech with a plea for understanding.Concluyó su discurso con un llamamiento a la comprensión.
b. finalizar
The police have now concluded their investigations into the allegations.La policía ya finalizó sus investigaciones sobre las acusaciones.
2. (to settle)
a. cerrar
Ukraine concluded a deal with Russia for the supply of oil.Ucrania cerró un trato con Rusia para el suministro de petróleo.
b. firmar
Tensions between England and France date back to the treaty concluded between Henry III and Louis IX.Las tensiones entre Inglaterra y Francia datan del tratado firmado por Enrique III y Luis IX.
c. concertar
A pact was concluded between the two parties in which they agreed to fight a joint election campaign.Concertaron un pacto entre los dos partidos en el que acordaron hacer una campaña electoral conjunta.
d. llegar a
It's in everyone's interests to conclude a peace settlement as soon as possible.Conviene a todos llegar a un acuerdo de paz a la mayor brevedad.
e. pactar
The British decided to conclude an alliance with Japan to oppose Russian expansion.Los británicos decidieron pactar una alianza con Japón para oponerse a la expansión rusa.
3. (to deduce)
a. concluir
The inquiry concluded that the death was accidental.La investigación concluyó que se trataba de una muerte accidental.
An intransitive verb is one that does not require a direct object (e.g. The man sneezed.).
4. (to finish)
a. terminar
To conclude, I can confirm that sales are on target to exceed those of last year.Para terminar, puedo confirmar que las ventas llevan camino de superar las del año pasado.
b. concluir
The celebrations concluded with a firework display.Los festejos concluyeron con fuegos artificiales.
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conclude
A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (finish)
a. concluir
to conclude a treatyfirmar un tratado
2. (deduce)
a.
This refers to an idiomatic word or phrase for which there is no word-for-word translation.
no direct translation
to conclude that…concluir que…
An intransitive verb is one that does not require a direct object (e.g. The man sneezed.).
3. (finish)
a. concluir
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conclude [kənˈkluːd]
transitive verb
1 (end) acabar; concluir
"to be concluded" [+serial] "terminará en el próximo episodio"
2 (finalize) [+treaty] concertar; pactar; [+agreement] llegar a; concertar; [+deal] cerrar
3 (infer) concluir
it was concluded that ... se concluyó que ...; what are we to conclude from that? ¿que conclusión se saca de eso?; from your expression I conclude that you are angry por tu expresión deduzco que estás enfadado
4 (US) (decide) decidir;to do sth hacer algo
intransitive verb
(end) terminar; concluir
he concluded by saying terminó diciendo; the judge concluded in his favour el juez decidió a su favor; to conclude I must say ... para concluir or terminar, debo decir ...
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