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conclusive

Pronunciation: /kənˈkluːsɪv/

Translation of conclusive in Spanish:

adjective/adjetivo

  • [argument] concluyente, conclusivo, decisivo; [evidence] concluyente; [victory] decisivo, contundente
    Example sentences
    • But unless conclusive evidence proves this we cannot authenticate any of these findings.
    • Unfortunately not enough conclusive evidence for the effect of Fumonisins on humans has been collected.
    • In recent days the Pentagon has indicated that a lack of any conclusive evidence has convinced officials that Speicher is dead.
    Example sentences
    • The conclusive victory was narrow, but Celtic's command of the championship utterly emphatic.
    • The defeat of Blair was in no way a conclusive victory for the Conservative party.
    • Guyon achieves what he has sworn at the outset of the poem, but his victory is not conclusive.

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