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outcome

 

An outcome is a result.

  • I missed the end of the game. What was the outcome?
  • Everyone was very surprised by the outcome.
  • We're still waiting for the outcome of the experiment.
  • All the money that was invested in the mission could not guarantee a positive outcome.
  • Outcomes for these projects are dependent on the time and effort that go into them.
  • Outcomes in education can be measured by tests.
  • What kind of an outcome do you expect by going to college?
  • There's a difference between equal opportunities and equal outcomes.
  • There's no guarantee of a positive outcome.

experiment

Their experiment produced a good outcome.

 

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