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Pronunciation: / kɔ̃klyʀ /

Translation of conclure in English:

verbe transitif

also: conclure à verbe transitif indirect

  • (décider)conclure à la nécessité/folie de quelque chose
    to conclude that something is necessary/crazy
    conclure à la culpabilité de quelqu'un
    to conclude that somebody is guilty
    to return a verdict of guilty
    conclure au meurtre
    to conclude that it was murder
    to return a verdict of murder
    conclure à l'acquittement (Droit)
    to decide on an acquittal

verbe intransitif

  • 1 (Droit)conclure en faveur de/contre quelqu'un (témoignage)
    to go in favour (british) of/against somebody
    (juge, jury)
    to find in favour (british) of/against somebody
  • 2 (Sport)
    (joueur de tennis)
    to end the match

also: se conclure verbe pronominal

  • 2 (se régler)
    (accord, transaction)
    to be concluded
    to be clinched ou struck

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