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View synonyms for concluded

concluded

[ kuhn-kloo-did ]

adjective

  1. brought to an end; finished:

    The Nigerian contingent to the just concluded Olympics returned with seven gold medals.

    The complaint states that this investigation amounts to reopening a concluded issue.



verb

  1. the simple past tense and past participle of conclude ( def ).

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  • un·con·clud·ed adjective
  • well-con·clud·ed adjective

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The Food and Drug Administration withdrew its emergency-use authorization for hydroxychloroquine in hospitalized patients in June, concluding that safety risks, including heart problems, outweighed any potential benefits.

Reviews of the 13-inch MacBook Pro claim that the fan doesn't spin up as often as it used to, but iFixit concludes here that that's because of the shift from an Intel chip to the M1, not because of an improved cooling system.

Bezos’s personal philosophy, Isaacson concludes, is an intriguing mixture of “social liberalism” and a fervent commitment to free-market, entrepreneurial capitalism.

As he concluded the performance, he and his dancers turned to applaud the band.

Sinopharm chairman Liu Jingzhen said on Wednesday that 100,000 people had been given the vaccine during the China International Import Expo, a trade fair that just concluded in Shanghai.

From Fortune

By the time it concluded with a sing-a-long of “XO,” Beyoncé had done the rare thing.

She then concluded with the assertion that, “The story and the characters of Girl Online are mine.”

After the federal investigation concluded, they authorized him to close the facility.

But Bale appears to have concluded that Moses may have been more bad than good.

LAPD police chief Charlie Beck concluded Corrales and Diego had acted reasonably.

About her neck was hung a covered basket and a door-key; and Davy at once concluded that she was Sindbad's house-keeper.

Some writers have concluded that the plant served as a narcotic in some parts of Asia.

Colonel Guitar concluded to rest his men until morning, and then continue the pursuit.

I thought at the moment it was some of his damned impertinence, but concluded that he had something on his mind.

I concluded, from the beginning, that this would be the end of it; and I see I was right, for it is not half over yet.

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