Translation of conclusion in Spanish:

conclusion

conclusión, n.

Pronunciation: /kənˈkluːʒ(ə)n//kənˈkluʒən/

noun

  • 1

    • As a commuter with years of experience his final conclusion was mixed.
    • But there is perhaps a final and more profound conclusion to draw from these books.
    • Well my final conclusion is that these types of conflict don't allow the luxury of clean hands.
    • The final conclusion must be that our answer mainly depends on which side of society we come from.
    • And my final conclusion on all these things is, that once you've find the historical James, you've in effect found the historical Jesus.
    • Which leads me to my final conclusion: you came here for me.
    • After the death scene is cleaned up the final conclusion of police investigators is simply that George Wilson had been a madman.
    • At this level no final conclusion as to the exact mechanism and the nature of the intermediates can be drawn, however.
    • The sharing clause in a syndicated loan agreement cannot affect this conclusion.
    • The final conclusion was that people who live in well-off places usually feel superior and look down upon people who live in relatively undeveloped regions.
    • The Commission decision must contain reasons for the conclusion reached.
    • Oddly enough, Koplow's conclusion is in agreement with the Bush administration that also wishes to preserve the stockpiles.
    • I don't know all that's going on, so I can't make that final conclusion.
    • The final conclusion depends on analysis of the longitudinal data.
    • But regardless of what one's final conclusion is, there is one thing that is beyond dispute for me.
    • His final conclusion was that he would have to venture to new planets, unfortunately, with or without Bonnie.
    • However, after several decades with many studies and a large number of reviews of implementation strategies, many questions still remain and no final conclusion can be drawn.
    • Ultimately I was unable to assist in coming to any final conclusion.
    • She looked it over briefly before coming to her final conclusion.
    • Only after long and hard deliberations over many months did I come to my final conclusion that now was the time for me to take this next step forward in my life and my career.
    • 1.1(end)

      conclusión feminine
      the project has been brought to a successful conclusion el proyecto se ha llevado a feliz término / a una feliz conclusión
      • his words brought the meeting to an early conclusion sus palabras precipitaron el término de la reunión
      • in conclusion para concluir
      • It brings to a conclusion a number of events held throughout the year to mark the centenary of Canon O'Hanlon's death.
      • I may have had some brief conversation with my parents but the night's final conclusion was a dive for my bed, where I stayed unmoving until daybreak.
      • So the fact that I ended up extremely dirty at the conclusion of the event was no big deal to me.
      • Dancing in the street at the Festival Finale for All on Sunday brought the inaugural three-week event to a festive conclusion.
      • Also included is an alternate ending that isn't quite as good as the final film's conclusion.
      • Don't you see Kate; everything that I've done has been working toward this final conclusion.
      • The final conclusion to the story arises due to the fact that the protagonist has affected others while in pursuit of the object of their desire.
      • The life force, the pulse carries you along to the final, exhausting conclusion.
      • The Bush Administration is committed to seeing this process to its conclusion, starting with the President.
      • It is one of the segments which doesn't have a firm, romantic conclusion, instead the final status of their relationship is left kind of ambiguous.
      • The sounds and beats around me get louder in one final conclusion.
      • I really would have liked to follow the French theme to its natural conclusion and finished my meal with crêpes Suzette, but we were both rather full.
      • This means that as of today, he has just one audition to go - which means we are all closer to the conclusion of this process than the beginning, still an amazing idea.
      • Wembley in 1979 witnessed the most extraordinary conclusion of any Cup final, and the drama remains etched in the participants' minds.
      • The agent is now saying there is ‘considerable interest’ in the house, so there's likely to be a conclusion to this dreary process soon now.
      • At the conclusion of the event, attendees will exchange their Sergio Day gifts as they enjoy the stupendous Sergio Aragonés fireworks display.
      • Similarly, the three daily periods of prayer at Taize lack any formal conclusion.
      • It all adds up to a final, crushing conclusion in their friendship.
      • The rapid and final conclusion of figure skating's latest scandal could only have happened with IOC interference.
      • But perhaps the only way for Sweeney to stop his terrible acts of revenge is to get caught - and the story reaches its final, dramatic conclusion.

    • 1.2(of contract, treaty)

      firma feminine
      • The final conclusion of an ongoing investigation into the oil-for-food scheme would help the public to understand its complexities, the UN chief said.
      • Following conclusion of the registration process, repatriation will be increased from three to five times a week except Saturday and Sunday.
      • China is also expected to start full-scale talks for conclusion of an free trade agreement with ASEAN.
      • I just think that it's time we brought this process to a conclusion.
      • The second fund, which is undergoing conclusion of legal agreement procedure, will be designated only for Bulgaria.
      • In December, Japan and the EU signed a provisional accord that opened the way for conclusion of the final pact.
      • News about stricter visa requirements came alongside reports of a Philippine-Japan free trade agreement nearing conclusion.
      • And then the United Nations with Troika helped the Angolans to bring that peace process to a conclusion.
      • In 1665, a bitter dispute over mineral rights with the Portuguese governor of Luanda, led to a final, disastrous conclusion.
      • Some even say the alliance could include Iran, and point to India's recent conclusion of a strategic agreement with that country as a sign of things to come.
      • Passi said that his activities were focused on the final conclusion of the trial and the establishment of suitable conditions for its favourable outcome.
      • If you wish to supplement your written submissions with further written submissions, then you will have an opportunity to do that within seven days of the conclusion of oral argument.
      • The IIG will ensure speedy conclusion of loan agreements and implementation of infrastructure projects.
      • To the PA, Sharon is above all a challenge to the successful conclusion of the peace process.
      • The success of this Convention depends on conclusion of such AGREEMENTS.
      • These are our NATO membership in May, and the conclusion of the negotiation process with the European Union at the end of autumn 2004.
      • China has voiced outrageous claims to Japanese territory that was officially returned to Japan after its conclusion of an agreement with the US.

  • 2

    (decision, judgment)
    conclusión feminine
    to come to / reach a conclusion llegar a una conclusión
    • I've come to the conclusion that … he llegado a la conclusión de que …
    • to draw a conclusion sacar una conclusión
    • you can draw your own conclusions tú saca tus propias conclusiones
    • to jump to conclusions precipitarse (a sacar conclusiones)
    • don't jump to conclusions! ¡no te precipites (a sacar conclusiones)!
    • he jumped to the conclusion that she loved him sacó precipitadamente la conclusión de que (ella) lo quería