final result

final result
something that results

he listened for the results on the radio

Syn: ↑result, ↑resultant, ↑outcome, ↑termination
Derivationally related forms: ↑resultant (for: ↑resultant), ↑result (for: ↑resultant), ↑result (for: ↑result)
Hypernyms: ↑ending, ↑conclusion, ↑finish

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