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"conclusion":

1. Wörterbuch und Phrasen:

Engl. Fund;

VolltrefferE (max. 100): 11 Ergebnis(se)
Hauptquelle: Lewis and Short
argūmentum, argūmentī nevery kind of representation in writing, the subject-matter of a writing, subject, contents, scenic representation of a subject, intrinsic worth, reality, truth, subject of artistic representations, sculpture, painting, embroidery, conclusion, syllogism

calcis, calcis fa small stone used in gaming, counter, limestone, lime, goal, end in the race-course, limit in the race-course, end, conclusion

calculōrum subductiōbalance sheet, accounting, conclusion, final account

calx, calcis fa small stone used in gaming, counter, limestone, lime, goal, end in the race-course, limit in the race-course, end, conclusion

clausula, clausulae fclose, conclusion, end, fitting end, close of a period, conclusion of a legal formula, any clause of a law, any section of a law

collēctiō, collēctiōnis fa collecting together, collecting, acquiring, summing up of things said, short repetition, recapitulation, summary, argumentation, reasoning, syllogism, conclusion, inference, swelling, tumor, abscess

colligentia, colligentiae fconclusion, consequence

conclūsiō, conclūsiōnis fa shutting up, closing, a hostile shutting in, siege, blockade, conclusion, end, period, conclusion in a syllogism, the consequence

cōnexiō, cōnexiōnis fbinding together, close union, an organic union, conclusion, a logical sequence, syllable

connexiō, connexiōnis fbinding together, close union, an organic union, conclusion, a logical sequence, syllable

cōnsectārium, cōnsectāriī nconclusion, inference

query 1/E (max. 1000): 40 Ergebnis(se)
Hauptquelle: Lewis and Short
absolūtus, absolūta, absolūtumbrought to a conclusion, finished, ended, complete

absolvere, absolvō, absolvī, absolūtumloosen from, make loose, set free, detach, untie, release from, let one off quickly, dismiss by paying, pay off, dismiss, release, absolve from a charge, acquit, declare innocent, bring to a conclusion

aliquid clausum et terminātum estsomething has conclusion and rounding off

ambiguitās ceratinafallacy of the horns, horn conclusion

ambiguitās crocodīlinacrocodile conclusion, fallacy

antistrephōn, antistrephontos mretorsion, a special kind of conclusion,

argūmentārī, argūmentor, argūmentātus sumadduce proof of a thing, prove, adduce something as proof, make a conclusion, conclude

argūmentōrum summa collēctiōultimate conclusion, final conclusion

argūmentum conclūdōdraw a conclusion

argūmentum ē contrāriōconclusion from the opposite, reverse conclusion

argūmentum per analogiamconclusion by analogy, conclusion on similar cases

causam iūdicōdecide the case, bring the case to a conclusion

clūsāris, clūsāreeasily shutting, easily closing, , serving as conclusion, forming the conclusion

cōgō ex aliquā rēdraw a conclusion from something

colligō ex aliquā rēdraw a conclusion from something

complexiō, complexiōnis fcombination, connection, physical constitution, physical habit, association, comprehension, comprisal, period, rhetorical figure, according to which one constantly recurs to what has been previously said, conclusion in a syllogism

conclūdō ex aliquā rēdraw a conclusion from something

conclūsiuncula, conclūsiunculae ftrifling conclusion, captious conclusion, sophism

conclūsīvēin form of a conclusion, conclusively

cōnectere, cōnectō (connectō), cōnexuī, cōnexumtie, bind, fasten together, join together, connect, entwine, link together, gather, implicate, involve, connect, join to, annex a logical conclusion, subjoin a logical conclusion

conicere, coniciō (cōicio), coniēcī, coniectum, put together logically, connect, draw a conclusion from collected particulars, conclude, infer, conjecture,

coniectūra, coniectūrae fopinion founded on a comparison of facts, conjecture, guess, conjectural inference, conclusion drawn from signs or omens, a divining, interpreting of dreams, soothsaying, prophesying, an element of rhetorical representation founded on conjecture

coniectūram faciōconjecture, assume, suppose, infer, draw a conclusion

cōnectere, cōnectō (connectō), cōnexuī, cōnexumtie, bind, fasten together, join together, connect, entwine, link together, gather, implicate, involve, connect, join to, annex a logical conclusion, subjoin a logical conclusion

cōnsilium, cōnsiliī ndeliberation, consultation, a considering together, counsel, conclusion made with consideration, determination, resolution, measure, plan, purpose, intention, a warlike measure, device, stratagem

cōnstāns fāma eratthe matter was considered a foregone conclusion

sophisma, sophismatis nfalse conclusion, fallacy, sophism

syllogismus, syllogismī mform of reasoning in which a conclusion is drawn from two premises, syllogism

ut explōrātā victōriāas if victory was a foregone conclusion, as if the victory was certain

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