In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(result) resultado masculine(consequences) consecuencias feminine
- As a consequence many strokes and the attendant outcomes could have been prevented.
- We did not agree with the outcomes and we voted against the bill when we deliberated.
- Knowing that a dream is a dream never allows the dreamer to influence the outcome.
- Although he was only in hospital for six days, the outcome could have been much worse.
- Has there ever been a situation in which such a problem effected the outcome of a match?
- It is impossible for me at this stage to form any view as to the likely outcome of this issue.
- He suggests that people tend to vote less when they think they know what the outcome is going to be.
- Therefore we did not examine drug effects on intermediate outcomes such as worm infection.
- It is wasteful, and spending and outcomes have increasingly become disconnected.
- Many Allied soldiers were simply too far away to influence the outcome of the battle.
- We don't get to vote in your election, but its outcome can mean life or death to millions.
- We still don't know what the outcome will be, but if it is successful the payoff will be huge.
- One of the outcomes of trauma is impaired short term and sometimes long term memory.
- The law is in a state of development and the outcome of this case is fact sensitive.
- Whatever the outcome of the vote, there will be important lessons to draw from this.
- If you play the rule that suit must be followed, the outcome of the trick is more a matter of chance.
- The cleverness of the report lies in showing how the same trends might result in different outcomes.
- It is just a question of it not being the only weapon we can use to influence outcomes.
- These incidents have been reported to the police each time, but we have had no positive outcomes for us.
- When you see people suffering like that, you think, well, what allows those outcomes?
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